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Washington DC

Washington DC is the stereotypical tourist destination with its list of museums, monuments and a well-defined to-do list. It does not require a lot of figuring out or planning. 368 more words

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Views of the Washington Monument

The Washington Monument on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. was built to honor George Washington, first President of the United States.

On August 23, 2011, the Monument was damaged by a 5.8 magnitude earthquake with epicenter about 100 miles southwest in neighboring Virginia, followed within days by Hurricane Irene. 190 more words

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Washington DC Engagement Session | Sunrise on the Jefferson Memorial | Terri & Blake

There is nothing that I love more than an excuse to travel!  Terri and Blake gave me the perfect reason for a trip down to DC for an amazing sunrise shoot on the National Mall.   52 more words

Engagement Session

A Visit to the Lincoln Memorial

Today we visited the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D. C.  Although we had visited many years ago, we had only looked at the statue of the seated president. 1,239 more words

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Memorial of Military Glory in Gurjaani

Memorial of Military Glory is located in Gurjaani, Georgia. Opening date symbolically coincided to the anniversary of Victory Day over Nacizm – May 9, 1978. The memorial is devoted to the victims of World War II. 248 more words

Peace And Conflict Monuments

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

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