La Purisima Mission, Lompoc, CA.
Historic school house....Virginia City, NV
Small cliff dwelling along the Gila River in New Mexico.
What is the back story on that building at Meers Kim?
BTW, I just had a Meersburger a few weeks ago. Umm-mmmm!
Old timey narrow gauge railroad train station in Chama NM:
This was just up the road from the famous hamburger place. They have sunrise Easter service every year. That's about all I know. We went for the burgers.
This is the wedding chapel. Wedding in progress so we couldn't go in.
This was the hour long line for a Meers burger.
Ha. When we were there we 'only' had to wait about 15 minutes. But the equally good if not quite as famous indian wheat beer made up for the wait. ;)
You haven't had a great burger if you haven't had one with 100% Longhorn beef.
It took a while but I found another. An art museum in Minneapolis.
I took this in Louisville Ky, last week. It's by the Ohio River, don't know if it's a home, lighthouse, or what, but I liked it!
I don't know if mine are up to par with those already posted, but I'll start with an interesting part of a building. These window panes looked unremarkable until I put on my sunglasses. To photograph the same effect, I put my sunglasses on my camera. :-)
This is probably the most interesting building in my neck of the woods: an old octagonal one-room schoolhouse.
And I love the stonework at Yale:
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland,Oh.
Reflections of a large glass building in the Ginza district of Tokyo.
Those are some neat buildings!
The south side of the Ohio river in Kentucky (bordering with Indiana) is a flood plain. That is a typical construction for a dwelling built in that flood plain. (There are not many of these.) During flood stage, you don't need the ladder; just step off the boat and onto the porch.