London’s Millennium Bridge connecting to St. Paul’s Cathedral
Boston was a rebellious city in the 1770s and served as the flash-point igniting the revolution for our independence. In the 1950’s people got the idea to link 16 historic sites from this era together in a meandering walking tour called the Freedom Trail. In my time, the trail has been marked by a painted red line, shoe prints painted on the sidewalk and today, a brick path like this in the North End.
Has anyone out there walked the entire Freedom Trail?
A collection of symbols with no rhyme or reason…perfect on a Friday night.
Cheers and Happy Weekend =)
These were first posted some months ago when our coast was buried in snow. Now this area is full of people running around in bathing suits and there is a sand sculpture competition this week.
These images are so old, they go back to when I only shot with my iPhone. Nonetheless, when we visited Iceland three years ago, I was fascinated with the glaciers that could move huge mounds of dirt and calve off huge chunks of their ice into lagoons.
Note: The aerial image is of Greenland which we flew over on the trip home.