I am very behind on posting state capitol photos. I visited Hartford, Connecticut in April 2017. I procrastinated. I moved across the country. Now I have finally posted them. Enjoy!
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They took almost a year to finish editing—due to life, not difficulty of editing—but I can finally share my photos of the Louisiana State Capitol. I am not a fan of the tower layout. The legislative chambers are filled with marble, and are quite grand, as is the lobby. However, the giant office tower exterior… Read more »
My trip for the solar eclipse in August included visits to Atlanta, Georgia and Columbia, South Carolina to visit the capitols. Here is Georgia.
Michelle and I took a trip to New York and New Jersey in June to visit the capitols. We were fortunate to visit the New Jersey State House a few days before it closed for four years of renovations. The executive wing, as seen in the exterior photos, is first up for renovations, hence the… Read more »
Michelle and I spent Patriot’s Day 2017—it’s a Massachusetts thing—traveling to Providence, Rhode Island and Hartford, Connecticut to visit the state capitols there. I’m excited to present the Rhode Island photos, especially those of the rotunda! The rotunda photos are both HDR, and do a wonderful job of showing the details of the murals and… Read more »
I attended a conference Washington, D.C. about a month ago. Coincidently, I visited D.C. around the exact same dates last year. This time, however, I took a couple side trips to the Pennsylvania and Virginia state capitols in Harrisburg and Richmond, respectively. You may recall that one of the items on my bucket list is to visit all… Read more »
My quest to photograph and tour all 50 state capitols continues. This week I started with New Hampshire and Maine (which is not yet edited). While New Hampshire may hold title of the oldest congress, it is also home to the smallest capitol I have ever visited. There are only three photos below because that was… Read more »
I spent a portion of last week on vacation in Dallas, which happens to be just a 2.5 hour drive away from Oklahoma City. I have a bucket list to fulfill, so Michelle and I made the trek last Sunday. Of the six capitols I have visited, Oklahoma’s is the only one open weekends. The downside… Read more »
Back in May I posted photos of Michelle in New York City. Well, I have finally finished editing the non-Michelle photos, and I must say I am quite impressed. Normally, I don’t find my non-portraiture work very appealing. After all, I am my own harshest critic. However, these are some of the first architecture photos… Read more »