Garrity's Battery -- A 12 pound Napoleon cannon assigned to Garrity's Alabama Battery looks down over Chattanooga, Tennessee from Lookout Mountain. In 1863, this Confederate battery fought the Union Army during the Civil War. The Union victories in the battles of Chattanooga and Chickamauga opened up the route for Sherman's March and the ultimate end of that terrible war.
The Franklin Theater -- the historic Franklin Theater in Franklin Tennessee, a suburb of Nashville. The theater was closed in 2007. A few years later, it was refurbished and reopened and currently hosts concerts along with films.
Warehouse Row -- The iconic sign of Warehouse Row in Chattanooga, Tennessee. It's a former warehouse converted into a mall with shops, botiques and restaurants.
Pardon me Boy! -- Is that the Chattanooga Choo-Choo? Yes it is. This is the train made famous by the Glenn Miller song. It is on display at the Chattanooga Choo-Choo Hotel in downtown Chattanooga Tennessee. The hotel itself is a converted train station and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Capitol -- The US Capitol building where both the House and Senate meet. Today, the entire dome is surrounded by scaffolding as the dome is under restoration for the next few years.
The White House -- A view of the White House's North Portico. The grounds are also white after a recent snowfall in Washington DC.
Equal Justice Under Law -- That is the motto over the US Supreme Court Building in Washington DC.
The Corcoran Lion -- A bronze lion watches the entry way into the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington DC, which unfortunately closed in 2014.
Das Rote Haus -- The brilliant red wall of a building in Munich Germany.
Augustiner Bierhalle -- The world-famous Augustiner Beer Hall in Munich. They make a great Hefeweizen ... or, so I've heard.
München Glockenspiel -- The famous Glockenspiel in Munich's "New" City Hall, which was built in the late 1800s.
Marienplatz -- The streetsign at the famous Marienplatz in Munich, Germany. The Marienplatz is one of the main public squares in Munich where the famous Glockenspiel is located.
Welcome to Austin -- The famous Welcome to Austin sign near the Sixth Street.
Texas State Capital -- The Texas State Capital in Austin, Texas.
Street Guitar -- The painting on a giant Les Paul guitar near the corner of Congess and Sixth in Austin.
The Intersection -- The famous intersection of Congress Avenue and West Sixth Street in Austin, Texas. In the area near here, you will find many of the restaurants, bars and music venues that make Austin well-known for good music and good times.
Roland -- The statue of Roland on the Market Square in Bremen, Germany. Roland is considered the protector of the city.
St. Petri Dom no. 1 -- Saint Peter's Cathedral in Bremen, Germany. Built in the 8th century, this historic Church is now a Protestant Church and a Bremen landmark.
The Crucifixion -- A mosaic tile depiction of the Crucifixion that stands over the main entry doors in to the St. Petri Dom in Bremen, Germany.
St. Petri Dom no. 2 -- A statue of a medieval Knight stands watch over St. Peter's Cathedral in Bremen, Germany.
The Hancock Tower -- This is one of the tallest buildings in Chicago. In the foreground stands the Chicago Water Tower, was one of the few buildings to survive the Great Chicago Fire.
Chicago Skyline -- Part of the Chicago Skyline as photographed from a tour boat on the Chicago River. The Willis Tower, more commonly known as the Sears Tower, dominates the skyline.
Marshall Field's Clock -- the iconic clock outside the former Marshall Field's store, now a Macy's, on State Street in downtown Chicago.
The Chicago Theater -- the iconic Chicago Theater on State Street.
This portfolio is a collection of images from my various travels or “Viaggia Vari.” There are several images from a number of locations. Places represented in this collection include Munich and Bremen in Germany, Washington DC, Chicago, Chattanooga Tennessee and Austin Texas.
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All images © Jaymes Williams Fotografi. All Rights Reserved.