Finding Geometry

WordPress sponsors a themed weekly photo challenge on its home page.  This week the creative inspiration is Geometry, meant to encourage bloggers to “share a photo that means geometry ” to them. The theme is presented by guest host Quintin Lake, an architectural and fine art photographer whose work is simply incredible.  Take the time to check out his blog.  I promise you will not be disappointed.

I’ve decided to use this geometry theme as the focus of a photo essay highlighting some of the interesting places I’ve been blessed to experience over the last few years.  Although I’m probably not remaining true to the purpose of the weekly photo challenge, I’ve been  motivated to put together a post for my poor, neglected blog and, in the end, that’s what really matters.  Perhaps some of these geometric destinations will inspire you to do some traveling of your own.

{ A dormitory on the campus of the University of California, San Diego }

{ Supreme Court chamber at the Capitol building in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania }

*Photo taken by my 11 year old son, Ace, on a field trip last spring*

{ National Museum of the American Indian – a must see in Washington, D.C. and it’s free! }

{ Rotunda of the U.S. Capitol building in Washington D.C. }

{ Kennedy Space Center, Florida }

{ EPCOT, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida }

{ Mission Space, EPCOT, Walt Disney World, Florida }

{ Observation Tower, Niagara Falls, New York }

{ Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh }

{ Jewel of the Sea, Royal Caribbean cruise ship }

{ Mount Soledad Veteran’s Memorial, La Jolla, California }

{ Shenks Ferry, Lancaster County, a wild flower reserve a few miles from my home }


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