“Wherever you go, go with all your heart.”
There is always one moment/location that captures my heart in every travel destinationI have been to. It is not necessarily the most famous tourist spot or even a known location.
These locations are embedded deep in me because I felt something open up when I experienced, a flow of energy perhaps? They are not just snaps to me, they are transcendental meditation. For when I do look at them, I feel like I am there.
Just how I feel right now, as I wrote this post, looking at this snaps, I traveled to these locations and now I am back home. That I guess is the spirit of Wanderlust.
Las Vegas, NV
La Jolla, CA
Outer Banks, NC
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The monument and the event need no introduction. D.C. is abuzz around spring because of the pink blossom. It takes me forty minutes to get to the Capital but during the blossom, it takes two hours. Yup, D.C. is packed like a tuna can during the festival. I was having a tough time finding an empty spot to set up my camera and take a snap or two.
Hope you enjoy this one, I was going for verticality with a point of view.
Day 7 | Big & POV
The White House Christmas Tree 2015, D.C.
The National Christmas Tree is an evergreen tree located in the northeast entrance of the White House in Washington, D.C. Every Christmas, it is decorated grandly in a selected theme and a lighting ceremony is organized as well. The locals/tourists pour into the park to enjoy the festive decorating and share the spirit of the season. The tradition of lighting the National Tree started in 1923.
For the CB&W challenge, I present the National Christmas tree that was decorated with shimmery gold and silver lights this past Christmas (2015). Given the original lighting colors, I decided to go with a sepia tone to preserve the hues as much as possible. At the base of the tree are scale model trains that go around the tree in loops. The bridge you can see in this picture is meant for the Amtrak train to pass through.
Surrounding the National Tree is a circular path where individual smaller trees are decorated to represent each State in America. Below is the State of Virginia tree which is where I reside currently.
The State of Virginia Christmas Tree, D.C.