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Philadelphia

Photo of the Day: Philadelphia City Hall

5 Things To Do in Philadelphia Philadelphia City Hall is the seat of government for the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  At 167 m (548 ft), including the statue, it is the world’s second-tallest masonry building, only 1.6 feet (0.49 m) shorter than Mole Antonelliana in Turin.  The weight of the building is borne by granite […]

New York City Pictures

Photo of the Day: NYC Skylines at Night

From atop the Empire State Building you can capture the best views of New York City’s midtown cityscape.  On a clear night you can see the lights from New Jersey’s waterfront, all the bridges connecting Manhattan and Times Square lighting up Midtown’s skyscrapers.

Funny Sign

Photo of the Day: Funny Beer Bait & Bullets Picture

After a trip to Springfield, Illinois, my Mother brought home this funny photograph for our enjoyment.  Yup, she pulled off on the side of the road to capture this essential convenience store.   I can’t help but imagine all the evil things one can do after visiting this store.  Happy Thanksgiving! I hope this funny […]

Pictures of Paris

Paris on the Cheap

Ah Paris, the city of lights… the city of love… the city of backpackers?  This nickname might not have caught on yet, but Paris has a lot to offer the 18-25 set with a pack on their back.  Keep reading for some reasons why Paris is great destination for young adults and some tips on […]

Cruise Pictures

Photo of the Day: Cruise Ships & NYC Skylines

The best views of the New York City skyline can be seen from Pier A Park in Hoboken, New Jersey. Lower Manhattan is now under heavy development, restoring sky scrapers at ground zero. I love this picture of the Norwegian Cruise Line with the NYC skyline backdrop. The ships leave from a NYC port on […]

14ers

Photo of the Day: Grays Peak Colorado Mountains

Grays Peak – 14,270 feet Often referred to as a 14er, Grays Peak is just outside Denver, Colorado and provides a great day hike for short term travelers. Located on the Continental Divide in the Front range. Interstate 70 is only 4 miles to the north. Grays Peak is the highest peak on the Continental […]

Industrial Pollution

Photo of the Day: New Jersey Turnpike Pollution

During our travels back and forth from Hoboken to Philadelphia we drive on the New Jersey Turnpike.  This one day the sky and sunset were perfect for some great photos.  Unfortunately, I realized when I started taking pictures, it was mostly of the factories spewing pollution in the air near the Newark International Airport.

Autumn Leaves

Photo of the Day: Autumn Foliage in New Jersey

Cooper River Park in Cherry Hill, New Jersey is a great place to experience the tree leaves changing colors in autumn. The autumn foliage is one of those great things to capture in a photograph. Fall pictures are so popular that people even travel to New England for a short photography vacation. We didn’t travel […]

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