App of the Week – TinType

Ease of use: 3
Fun factor: 2
Results: 3
Price: Free
In App Purchases: yes, for additional features
Application Type: Universal (works natively on iPhone and iPad)
App Store Link: TinType
The TinType app has a beautiful graphic design to it. Unfortunately this significantly reduces the amount of space you have for the image you’re editing. On the iPhone this makes editing difficult. …

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Arlington National Cemetery

Two weeks before he was laid to rest here, President John Kennedy visited the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery to lay a wreath on Armistice Day (now known as Veteran’s Day).
In a visit earlier in the year he had commented that the view from this spot on the hill before Arlington House …

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Dawn in DC

The inscription over the famous staute of Lincoln reads “In this temple as in the hearts of the people for whom he saved the Union the memory of Abraham Lincoln in enshrined forever”. The memorial building itself is in the form of a Greek Doric temple.
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Church and Clouds

The Saint Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church was built in the late 1890’s. It was the first in the state built with granite and is the tallest in Nashua, NH. I’m always impressed looking up the stone edifice. I hope this shot give a sense of that feeling.
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Presentation of Mary School and Convent

The school was built in 1925-6 at the invitation of Bishop Guertin, who wanted to provide a bilingual education. It’s bell was made in Savoy, France.
The low sun created some great shadows, including these.
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