Maybe it is a combination of different things, but I have been blaming weather for somewhat gloomy mood at the moment. To cold and windy, it is getting on my nerves. It shouldn’t, but it does.
So to combat it I decided to look at some photos where it is warm, even now and share it with you so I can look at it again on Friday, remembering the nice place, warm sun and ocean waters, some good food and relaxed times.
As we do it every Friday, no location disclosed, if you know where it is, if happen to be at the same spot once before, and have seen the same view, then don’t be shy and let everyone know.
Weekend update: And the sunny place is at…., yes, it is in Puerto Rico, bridge over Laguna Condado, connecting mainland to the Old San Juan. We couple folks who new it right away, aerialhorizon and jetsytravels. Thanks all for stopping by!
Just read last week that the best city to live in US is San Francisco. The criteria is based on multiple factors, all boiling down to the quality of life one can get at that specific city. I visited San Francisco a few times and really enjoyed it. Just need to make a few million bucks to live there comfortably, not a small order.
Hmm, I’d take any of those houses below as my primary or part time residence.
What do you think about closing ceremony? It was pretty cool, I think they did a good job.
Looks like Spring around the corner. With that huge snow storm just ten days ago, this weekend was really nice, mid sixties, sunny days. Flowers are coming out all over my yard and in just probably another week or two it will be all yellow. I’ll take a photo or two.
And it about two month everything will be back green and nice, just like on this photo at Biltmore Estate.
Are you guys watching this show? I like how they start each episode with series of time lapses from all over the city, with some cool angles, pretty much always showing one of the monuments or the Capitol.
I took this photo from the top floor at the Key Bridge Marriott, they have a conference rooms on the top, so you can just go up the elevator and take some photos. Of course to see Washington Monument this close you’ll need pretty good zoom, it is fairly far away.