Photo Location – Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Washington DC. In honor of President’s Day, I am sharing a photo of one of my favorite memorials along the tidal basin in Washington DC, honoring one of America’s greatest presidents.
Photo Location – New York City, cornet of 7th Ave. and 53 St. sculpture by Robert Indiana. This sculpture compliments Mr. Indiana’s original LOVE sculpture which he created in 1970. Just like the LOVE sculpture which exists as copies in locations all around the world, the HOPE sculpture can also be found in Venice, Caracas, Munich, Miami and Vinalhaven, Maine
Photo Location – Fushimi Inari shrine in southern Kyoto, Japan is one of those classic locations and photos that instantly speaks “Japan”. A visit to Kyoto is not complete without a hike through this orange tunnel of torii gates.
Photo location – Hibiya Park, Tokyo, Japan. In a land known for its graceful and serene gardens, Hibiya Park is unusual in that it is designed in the western garden style.
Photo Location – The bamboo grove in Arashyama, on the outskirts of Kyoto, Japan. Continue reading “Photo Inspirations”
This week’s inspiration is in celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King’s real birthday which is today, Jan. 15. Sharing one of Dr. King’s more than 200 memorable quotes.
With the beginning of a new year comes goal setting and resolutions. One of my resolutions is to continue to inspire you. To that end, I am starting a new series featuring my favorite travel photos combined with my favorite quotes.