Monthly Archives: November 2002
Ice coats the branch of a tree in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Southwestern Virginia
Nothing brings clarity to life like a cold, crisp morning on the mountain.
It ain’t easy being a Democrat these days. After the butt-kicking endured by the party of the Jackass, them Dems are starting to feel like a Christian Scientist with appendicitis.
The late afternoon sun provides a colorful backdrop over Washington's Mall.
The Metro, Washington's showcase subway system, provides an architectural study of lighting and colors.
Time is running out tor The President Casino on the Mississippi Riverfront in St. Louis. The casino, based on the old Admiral Riverboat that used to offer dinner cruises on the river, has filed for bankruptcy protection but most analysts say the boat will be closed by year's end. Some blame mismanagement, other blame location but most say the glut of gambling boats on the Mississippi, Ohio and Missouri rivers has saturated the market and a shakeout is due.
Sign in a park along Market Street near downtown St. Louis.
The morning sun rises over the clouds near Savannah, GA. Capitol Hill Blue Photographer Doug Thompson took this shot from a Stearman on an early morning flight.
Yeah, yeah, we know. We've run a lot of fall color shots this year. So sue us. We like fall colors. Too bad you don't.