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Washington D.C.

Today I’ll be talking about the history of the capitol city of the United States of America, Washington D.C. The capitol was moved during the early 1800s, right when Thomas Jefferson was appointed president(1800-1808). 480 more words

History

Confessions. And Precarious Pursuits.

When do you know you have become a crazy photo enthusiast?  I got my answer this week. You see, I have never considered myself as a photographer. 508 more words

Photography

Washington D.C.

Washington, D.C. Is the capital of the United States. Washington is a city of broad and green parks furthermore there are many white buildings in D.C. 93 more words

The World

America's Sidewalk

The first time I visited the National Mall as a child, I was disappointed to find out that it was not a shopping mall. I have since gained an appreciation for the majestic vistas offered by the sidewalks and grass lawn of the National Mall.

Sidewalks

Washington, D.C.

August 8, 2016 || 21 Hours in Washington, D.C.

This patriotic and historical city had been on my bucket list of places to visit for years. 930 more words

48 Hours Or Less

Giving Thanks

It’s probably a bit cliche to write about gratitude during this week, but after reading further about the history of this national holiday, it seemed imperative, at least for a moment or two, to contemplate the idea of gratitude. 252 more words