July – Sunset Sky (click here)
Heading to New Jersey over the George Washington Bridge at sunset… (does anyone else see 2 eyes and a mouth at the top of the bridge?) 🙂
December – Photo A Day Challenge, Letter ‘M’ (click here)
Metropolitan Museum of Art – New York City
There you have it, my favorite posts from 2018… onward to 2019 🙂
Metropolitan Museum of Art ~ New York City
I was here last week to see Monet, Dutch Masters and much more, including mummies and the Temple of Dendur which although not an M, is magnificent.
My home town of Newark, New Jersey is known as ‘Brick City’ so how could I not do my post on the city where I was born and raised.
This beautiful brick church, the Old First Presbyterian Church was established in 1666 by the founders of Newark, NJ. My 10 times great-grandfather, Stephen Freeman was one of the founders of Newark and he, along with some of my other ancestors were buried there.
Newark is referred to as Brick City, and has been for many years. The name is derived from the tall, brick buildings that the city erected as affordable housing for residents in the 1970’s. Today, the entire city adopts the nickname, which can also refer to the tall buildings in the downtown area of the city.
You can read my blog post about the walking tour we took of Newark last April by CLICKING ON THIS LINK
Flags at Rockefeller Center – NYC
The promise and anticipation of delicious cheesecake shared with friends at Junior’s restaurant in NYC did not disappoint. Yum and yum.
This is my first attempt at the Tuesday Photo Challenge, hope I did it right 🙂
Share photos with a composition dominated by lines — hard or soft, straight or curvy, vertical or horizontal.
Menemsha fishing boat. Martha’s Vineyard
Mayflower. Plymouth, MA
New York City
NJ to PA