Hey everyone. Sorry for my extended absence. I had to get a new computer and have been trying to figure it out. Then I got back on the road and had a really busy few weeks. But now I’m back on the road and ready to start back on this project. Here is a great shot of the U.S. Capitol from my home in Washington D.C.
Well, the cherry blossoms got hit hard this year, but a few hung on for this photo of the Jefferson Memorial here in Washington D.C.
I always think the White House looks so serene at night. Obviously here in Washington D.C.
This is a look down Pennsylvania Avenue towards the U.S. Capitol here in Washington D.C.
This is one of my favorite buildings here in Washington D.C. It is the old executive office building right next to the White House.
This is St. John’s Episcopal Church in Washington D.C. Being only a block from the White House, it has been visited by many presidents.
I’ve been out tracking down the Boundary Stones from the original surveying of Washington D.C. back in the 1790s. It is fun, almost like a scavenger hunt. I’ve found them in parking lots, city parks and just on the side of the road, hidden in plain view. This one is in someone’s front yard in Alexandria, Virginia. Cool to have such a piece of history in your yard.
I can’t help it – the dome looks so good. This is a different angle from last week and a closer look at the U.S. Capitol dome here in Washington D.C.
This is the Washington Monument here in Washington D.C.
This is the memorial to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. here in Washington D.C.
This is the statue at the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial here in Washington D.C.
The Capitol Building looks so nice now that the scaffolding is down. The multi-year repair of the dome is done, and it looks spectacular. Obviously in Washington D.C.
Sorry I haven’t posted in a few days. I’ve been hanging out at home and working on other projects, but it was a beautiful night last night so I took advantage. This is a shot of the Jefferson Memorial, right here in Washington, D.C.
This statue stands at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.
This is the Lincoln Memorial reflected in the reflecting pool. It was a great night to be at home in Washington, D.C.
This is the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C. late at night.
Night is my favorite time to be downtown in my hometown of Washington D.C. It’s great to be home sometimes! This is the Lincoln Memorial.
For some reason, the lights on this house were just the warmest color on a cold, snowy night here in Washington D.C.
This is one more from the top of Fessenden St. Hill in Washington D.C. after the 2016 blizzard.
After 2 days of snow and cloud, the sun coming out was a welcome site here in Washington DC. Sledders were out and the mood was good as people were just happy to get out of the house. This is from Fessenden St. Hill, the highest point in the city.