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D.C. Part Dos

Well, since my last post was bombarded with wildlife from the Smithsonian National Zoological Park, and didn’t reflect the other half of our trip to Washington, D.C., I figured a post dedicated to the other half of our adventure was warranted. 251 more words


Photo of the Day: World War II Memorial

Detail of the World War II Memorial in DC, with the Washington Monument in the background.


Train Ride to Washington, D.C.!

In August, Mommy and I took an impromptu trip to see Daddy in Arlington. It was our first time traveling without Daddy, so we opted to take the train – my first ever ride on a real train! 146 more words


Composition 316

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With Composition 316 I revisited the images captured at the World War II Memorial in Washington with an eye toward presenting them differently then I had in Compositions 273 and 274. 58 more words


Washington DC 10/2015

Last day was spent in Washington.  We started at the International Spy Museum.  Two reasons for you to visit, if you have children in the 8-15 age range, or if you are James Bond fans.   45 more words

Trips And Travel

Lunar Eclipse: Not!

September 27, 2015 was the last chance to see a total lunar eclipse in the eastern United States until 2019 according to the cognoscenti.  So even though the skies had been overcast for several contiguous days I didn’t want to wake up this morning and learn that there was a miraculous parting of the clouds for the entire event. 272 more words