A Juxtaposition No2, Circa 1980
In 1980 I took a road trip from Chicago to DC. I wanted to view and connect to the history of America through the many statues and memorials that made up the National Mall.
I was struck by the image of a woman sleeping on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and how it seems like she felt safe surrounded by the marble pillars.
I revisited this photo in 2019 and now have a heavy heart as I think back to my thoughts on that day and my thoughts today as I try to understand the surreal quote by the current President: Homelessness, "a phenomena that started two years ago."
A Potomac River Rainbow
As the rain stopped a rainbow formed over the Potomac River and the C&O canal. A second rainbow began to form just above.
Dam Four Shepherdstown, West Virginia
Sometimes nature can just take your breath away! This is Dam #4 on the Potomac River separating West Virginia from Maryland.
Once Upon A Time
On New Years Day 1972, I attended the Diamond Head Crater Sunshine Music Festival in Hawaii. The nostalgia in my mind suggest magical times with magical people.
Sitting on a bench overlooking the Potomac River, I was intrigued by vegetation growing from a rock. Reminded me of a Mother and Daughter.
Visiting DC in 1980, I came upon soldiers marching.