Washington Monument – Washington, D.C.
I’ve got some several hundred photos to go through from our trip to Washington DC last week. Not sure when I will have the time to go through them all, but be prepared for lots of DC over the next bunch of posts.
The copper topped Fairhaven High School in Fairhaven, Massachusetts. This school was the last public building built and donated by Henry Huttleston Rogers.
There are lots of factories, warehouses, and other remnants of the industrial age in this area. This is one particular building that I see daily and have actually snapped photos of a few times now. I happened to glance over and catch this cloud lingering above the stacks and thought it would make for an interesting photo, especially since these stacks haven’t been active for close to 50 years.