Red roofs and steeples make up the skyline of what I shall call “old town Heidelberg.” The “new” Heidelberg is in the distance, where the Neckar river gets wider.
Trees that line the bottom of the Capital Building and look strangely like plants that might appear in Super Mario Brothers.
A small moon appears overhead as the sun sets behind the Shenandoah Mountains on the border with West Virginia.
The main support cables for the bridge deck contain 27,572 individually cables wrapped together to make a 36.5 inch diameter super cable.
The remarkably unprotected edges of the Golden Gate bridge are periodically adorned with this stern plea and warning that “there is hope.”