A long, long, long vacation. Tons of fun from fairs to beaches and from city to city. Summertime fun with family and friends. Just a smattering of it all from New York to New Jersey. I hope you enjoy. I know I did!!
I always have fun in The City, but I especially and specifically have fun with the street art.
Street Art; Wide Walls; atgofion; akebild; acttwosite; David; Southhampton; 4otomo; kjmusings; mostly monochrome; notesbynatalie; insellos
Weekly Photo Challenge: An Unusual POV from The Daily Post
I like odd angles and I definitely have an unusual point of view on most things. I like eccentric and odd things when it comes to people, places and things. Sometimes this attribute helps me adapt to new situations and sometimes it causes me to run away from certain “normal” things. I’m pretty sure this will be my last post in the U.S. so it was a perfect theme for saying good-bye to the area. The following are photos from Philly, DC and Maryland. Some of the photos I really enjoyed more because after I took them I struggled with whether they were real or not. Some of them looked so unreal that I actually increased the distortion with a quick and subtle edit. I hope you enjoy.
Inside a tunnel in Philly
Philly angled building
a photo my daughter drew
It really was that tall in Philly
Special beer break
angled friend for dinner
Philly Stadium with reflection of dashboard
Another sign I saw
View of the capital from the top of my hill
Adult size game pieces
Hanging on to love in Philly
Just a sign I saw
New York / New Jersey
unreal building in Philly
Love me some beef Jerky
Sign in Philly Wall
So many I liked, Check them out
- Off the Wall | Lucid Gypsy
- Weekly Photo Challenge: An Unusual Point of View « Life&Ink
- Unusual Point of View | Rebecca Barray
After leaving Venezuela I had over 7 weeks to pass with no computer and limited down-time. I did stay on top of some of my favorite themes from some of my favorite blogs and feel it might just be easier to put together one blog highlighting some of my favorite pictures from some of the favorite parts of my journey. I wonder if I can use the word favorite just ONE MORE TIME.
As usual, Ailsa from Where’s my Backpack brought some great photo themes out which received some inspiring responses. At the end of this blog I will try to find some of the ones I liked the most and highlight them.