365 Project: Greenwich Village brownstone – New York City (September 23, 2013) #newyork #picsoftheday

A quaint window garden from a Greenwich Village brownstone. Manhattan is bathed in sun, clear blue skies and warm temps. It’s a great time to be in New York! 🙂


365 Project – 141: Rusty bunker door…Fort Warden – Port Townsend, WA (May 21, 2013)

Hiking from Fort Warden to North Beach lets you explore these historic bunkers, a walk in the forest, and vistas across to Whidbey Island and Canada. For sure, it’s a fun place for a photo shoot with lots of textures and interesting backgrounds.  Strolling the car-free trails is dog- and kid-friendly too. Make sure to visit the bunkers during your next trip to PT! (aka Port Townsend)


lots of cool looking rusty bunker doors at Fort Warden


and eerie, drippy bunker tunnels to explore


or, maybe you’ll be inspired to rock out some yoga poses! LOL

365 Project – 333: Straight and curvy lines in black and white – Nippon Paper mill in Port Angeles, WA (November 28, 2012)

Shutter Speed: 1/50, Aperture: F/3.5, ISO: 200 – converted to B&W in Lightroom

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365 Project – 282: The Empress (Victoria, Canada) (October 9, 2012)

Shutter Speed: 1/160, Aperture: F/16, ISO: 200

Taken a few weeks ago during a weekend getaway to our neighboring country just a ferry ride away…Victoria, B.C.

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365 Project – 255: Remembering 9/11 as the Freedom Tower continues to rise from the ashes (September 11, 2012)

Shutter Speed: 1/50, Aperture: F/1.4, ISO: 800

I’ve posted several photos of the Freedom Tower from our summer visit to Manhattan but, thought I’d post another one in remembrance of 9/11. Here’s a night scene at Washington Square, full of locals, tourists and talented troubadours,  feeling safe and secure with the illuminated Freedom Tower growing beautiful, strong and tall in the background.   New York City is such a vibrant, incredible city and it’s  inspiring to see its amazing recovery after 9/11.

The Freedom Tower reminds us of what was lost,  but, also lifts our spirits by symbolizing the resiliency and spirit of New York City and our country.

Check out my other posts featuring the Freedom Tower:

* Remembering the World Trade Centers from Governor’s Island and the Freedom Tower
* The Freedom Tower from Castle Williams – Governor’s Island
* Biking on Governor’s Island…and the Brooklyn Bridge
* Day 4 – New York City (American Museum of Natural History, Babbo, Washington Square
* Day 2 – New York (Governors Island)

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