Newly renovated old Frontier Gas station along the Lincoln Highway (US Rte. 30) in Sutherland, Nebraska.
Dead White Trees - McConaughy Lake
McConaughy Lake near Ogallala, Nebraska. I spent some time to drive the extra distance around the back side of this very large man-made recreational lake. There was a small area near a boat launch in Lemoyne with all sorts of white dead trees sticking out of the lake.
Frontier Gas Mural, Sutherland, Nebraska
New mural on the side of a building next to a renovated old Frontier Gas station along the Lincoln Highway (US Rte. 30) in Sutherland, Nebraska.
This Was My Backup Plan
An Ogallala breakfast restaurant had these pancake eclipse signs on their tables. I asked if I could have one in case the eclipse wasn't visible.
Solar Eclipse, the T-Shirt
Of course, I had to order the Hemingford eclipse t-shirt.
Michigan and Chestnut
Lower level at the Cheesecake factory. Spot the pigeon.
Planter - Astoria Boardwalk
A decorative planter along the boardwalk in Astoria, OR.
St. Augustine Lighthouse Panorama
Vertical panorama of the St. Augustine Lighthouse.
St. Augustine Lion Statue
The Lion Bridge is flanked by a pair of these statues on either end of the bridge.
Cannon Beach Looking North
Cannon Beach looking north towards Ecola State Park.
Cannon Beach from Indian Point
cannon beach from state park
Hourly cannon firing at the Fountain of Youth Park.
Peacock Display at the Fountain of Youth
The Ponce de León's Fountain of Youth Park has dozens of peacocks, including rare all-white peacocks. This one decided to put on a show for us.
St. Augustine Lighthouse, Infrared
Infrared of the St. Augustine Lighthouse.
Crist - Ellert Art Museum, Infrared
Infrared of the Crist - Ellert Art Museum. This museum houses oil painings from various artists that hang in the rooms of patron of the Ponce de León hotel.
Casa Monica Hotel, Infrared
Ifrared of the Casa Monica Hotel.
Hotel Alcazar, Infrared
The inside courtyard of the Hotel Alcazar. Can you spot the egret?
Flagler College, Infrared
Infrared of the front of Flagler College. Originally built as the Ponce de León Hotel for vacationing ultra-rich, by Industrialist Henry Flagler in 1888.