The "original" Washington Monument, completed in 1827 in Boonesboro, Maryland, on the Appalachian Trail.

Magnificent Photos for Human Eyes Part 2 - Silver Falls Trail, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State

"The George Washington Bridge is a 4,760-foot bridge connecting upper Manhattan’s Washington Heights to New Jersey. Completed and opened to traffic in October 1931, the suspension bridge towers 604 feet over the surface of the Hudson River below. It carries more than 106 million vehicles each year, making it the world's busiest motor vehicle bridge. In 1981, the bridge was designated as a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark."

University of Tampa has a gorgeous campus with a rich history that is perfect for exploring. It used to be the Tampa Bay Hotel owned by Henry B. Plant in the 1890s. There is a museum there still honoring the original opulence of it's heyday.

Hall of Mosses, Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park, Washington

Olympic National Park, Washington

Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge Boardwalk, Washington State http://www.stopsleepgo.com/vacation-rentals/washington/united-states

Sol Duc Waterfall, Olympic National Park, Washington, USA

Olympic National Park is a United States national park located in the state of Washington, in the Olympic Peninsula. Because of the park’s relatively unspoiled condition and outstanding scenery, the United Nations has declared Olympic both an international biosphere reserve and a World Heritage site.

University of Maryland

The Enchanted Forest, Maryland 2003 The Old Woman Who Lived In a Shoe

Palouse Falls, Washington, United States

Maryland

Coke building, Frederick

Patterson Park Pagoda #Baltimore #Maryland #parks

Bandelier National Monument is just outside the city of Los Alamos, New Mexico

Point No Point Lighthouse on the Chesapeake Bay... just off the shores of St. Mary's County a few miles north of the mouth of the Potomac River

Marylands Enchanted Forest is like Candyland after a neutron bomb strike

Great Falls/ Potomac R which divides MD & VA (a total drop of 76' in less than a mile) This looks like a photo taken from the MD side

Valley Forge National Historical Park