After a little break I'm back with a new post for Icons of Arlington! I was homeschooled, so I've actually never set foot in Ottoson, but I've spent some time in these woods and it sounds like a whole lot of other people have too. An interesting little place.
I'll admit it, this is my favorite one of these posts so far. I love the bikeway and I think it's an important community resource for Arlington, and as a result I wrote. . .kind of a lot about it. See more photos of the bikeway and read about its history and current state on …
11 years ago, two women opened a nonprofit resale shop in the Fox branch of the Arlington Library. After an unexpected closure last summer, they re-opened it last week. Read about what happened in my latest post on Icons of Arlington.
Arlington is all about placing large carved stones around to commemorate various events and people, mostly related to war. The majority of them are for the Revolutionary War, but the big column in this picture is in honor of Union soldiers from Arlington who fought in the American Civil War. I wrote about this memorial, …
I have a new post up for my project Icons of Arlington, this time all about Arlington Center. Check it out if you want to know how unspeakably thrilling my hometown is.
I've posted a new update to Icons of Arlington. This one's about the cemetery behind the UU church in Arlington Center, the Old Burying Ground. And it is old: almost 300 years. Read the whole post and see 8 more photos on the Icons of Arlington website.
I've started a documentary photography project about my hometown. (Okay, it's just a glamorized blog, but whatever.) I just uploaded the first post. Take a look if you'd like. The history and culture of Arlington is a niche topic, but I hope I can make it visually interesting enough that anyone can enjoy it.