On Sunday, Michael and I met our dear Instagram friend Devin from L.A. for the first time. As we were all recent converts of collecting National Parks Passport stamps, we spent all day at the Thomas Edison National Historic Park in West Orange, NJ. The park includes his laboratories, library, chemistry labs, his massive brick home Glenmont Estate and the adjacent greenhouse. This was my second time at the park and remains my favorite National Historic Parks because of the hundreds of opportunities to geek out over machinery, beakers, and inventions. Not to mention the old windows, buildings, and all their contents make for a photographer's dream. This roll was shot on 200 speed Fuji Superia.