The Glow of the 29 Diner

This is our entry in The Daily Post Photo Challenge: Glow.

Northern Virginia is an area of suburban sprawl with nearly identical strip malls on every corner. There are a few places, however, where the older character of the area still shows. The following is a photo of a 40’s era diner (est. July 20, 1947) that  is still in operation. It has changed  names and owners several times over the years and was declared a Virginia Historic Landmark in 1992.    We photographed it at night to capture the warm glow of the neon sign.

This photo was taken on August 31, 2017. Specs are:

Canon 100D, ISO 1600, f/2.8, 1/40 sec, 50mm.

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