Sue W. sponsors the WP Weekly Photo Challenge prompt and this week the word is Up. Up makes me think of stairs or other means of ascending. These are photos from our most recent trip to Egypt and Israel, Dec. 2018-Jan. 2019. One of the women in my Egypt tour group confided to me (partly […]Read More WPC: Going Up & Looking Up
This post continues our brief tour of Open House Chicago 2018. The second building we toured was right across the street from the Gunder House. It is the Conway House, now the property of Sacred Heart Schools as the Driehaus Center. The home was designed by the architect William Carbys Zimmerman in the Tudor-Revival style, […]Read More Open House Chicago 2018-Part 2
The topic for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge this week is Steps: Indoors or Outdoors. Iowa State Capitol, Des Moines Iowa State Capitol, Des Moines Lake Street Church, Evanston, Illinois Art Institute, Chicago, Illinois War Memorial, Indianapolis, Indiana River Walk, San Antonio, TexasRead More CB&WPC: Stairways
The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge this week is ascend. If I were a bird, I would spread my wings and fly! Since humans have no wings, we have created other ways to go up… Escalators at Ogilvie Transportation Center in Chicago (two of these go down, one goes up) Circular stairways at Grand Ave. […]Read More WPC: Going Up?
Old Courthouse, St. Louis, Missouri, USA Residential area, Bisbee, Arizona, USA Near downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada National History Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark House of the Roses, Avenida Paulista, São Paulo, Brazil Stairway up to houses on a hill, Ketchikan, Alaska, USARead More Cee’s WWPC: Stairways on 3 continents
Ketchikan, Alaska is a quirky and charming town in southeastern Alaska. I had time to explore some of it. Waterways are vital for getting around and many people have boats. Stairways are common, too, because the town is built on a hillside. Diaz Cafe is a Philippine restaurant along a main thoroughfare. Creek Street is […]Read More CWWC: Thoroughfares in Ketchikan