It’s been one of those weeks. I worked from home yesterday and completely lost track of what day of the week it was. It was simply a crazy week altogether. I try to remember to take at least one photo per day, whether with my iPhone or one of my DSLRs. Here’s a random iPhone photo taken this week as I walked back to my office on Mass Ave NW, in DC. Obviously the intent was to capture the US Capitol, but the National Association of Realtors building in the foreground makes the picture to me. Hope everyone had a great Friday….
Over the course of the past couple of weeks, events have convinced me that despite all our technology innovations designed to improve communications and pull society closer together, we are more distant than at any point in history. Each in our own world, yet so close together.
I traveled to my Alabama hometown this week to visit my Mother, who is in the hospital. I haven’t had a lot of time to get out and use my camera, but I did capture a couple of landmarks with my iPhone.
The first image is of the Cherokee County Court House.
The second image is of the 1st United Methodist Church. It sits one block west of the courthouse and has been there for as far back as I can remember.
The final image is of the Weiss Lake Lodge. It hasn’t been there more than 4 or 5 years, but has certainly become a local landmark due to the large fish statues that decorate the lawn. Cherokee County is home to Weiss Lake, which is known to be the Crappie Capital of the World.