I think that the early morning is the best time to go to the Lincoln Memorial. It is a solemn place, and before it becomes crowded with other visitors it is more conducive to quiet reflection.
Tomorrow I will show the larger context of the scene where this photo was taken. The pillars of the Lincoln Memorial, as do much of the classical architecture of the government buildings in Washington, D.C., show how much our society admires the Greek development of democracy. We have copied Greek architecture as our founding fathers were inspired by Greek philosophy.
Today is Sunday, so we have posted new photos on Viva la Voyage. This week we are showing night time photos of Budapest, Hungary.