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Bold Curves @ The Mall

Walking up and down the Mall offers gorgeous architectural sights, such as the limestone-clad National Museum of the American Indian, designed to evoke the natural shape of rock formations ~  or the steps leading in -and around- the National Gallery of Art ~ 29 more words

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Walking the Mall: Washington Monument to Lincoln Memorial

via the World War II Memorial.

Together with all the Museums (which, as most of the Museums in Washington D.C., are open to the public free of charge) situated along both sides, this is a giant monument dedicated to government, history, art and culture. 29 more words

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3.12 - The Mall

The next morning Mom woke me up on the couch.

“It’s time to go to The Mall,” she said.

“Nooo,” I said.

It was too early, and I wanted to keep sleeping. 924 more words

Chapter Three

Hourly Comic Day 2018

I decided to participate in #hourlycomicday2018 this year! I’ve never done it before, and technically I didn’t do it right because you’re supposed to draw one per hour (I drew these after the fact). 84 more words

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To the power of 10 - Esxence 2018 is near

Consider yourself lucky if there’s something in your life that you feel fully dedicated to. It can be sports, music, different kinds of arts, traveling or even perfume, as in my case. 269 more words

Fragrant Thoughts

3.4 - The Smaller Nest

Me and my Mom and Dad and Brother usta live in a big house called The Big Nest. It was like a soft, but tightly strewn, perimeter of bramble that could secure and protect a fragile egg or baby bird too young to fly. 823 more words

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Don't maul the Mall, cont.

The good news out of Washington is that the Fine Arts Commission has expressed reservations about the latest iteration of the Bjarke Ingels Group plan to renovate the Mall near the Smithsonian’s crenelated, betowered headquarters. 984 more words

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