Tag Archives: Photo by Lisa Snider

The Awakening now entertains tourists

For 36 years, a 70-foot statue has been trying to get up in the morning. Guess I’m not so slow after all. The Awakening is a 70-foot statue of a man trying to get up from the earth. There are … Continue reading

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Nighttime at the Willard Hotel

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The Occidental

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Willard Hotel at Christmas

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Willard Hotel at Christmastime

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Merry Christmas in Washington

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Rainy night at National Theatre

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White House at Christmas

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Even Pandas wait at Metro Center

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Wordless Wednesday: Robin Hill winery

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Wordless Wednesday: Things are looking up for me

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Wordless Wednesday: Lincoln Memorial

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Wordless Wednesday: St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral

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Wordless Wednesday: Three Soldiers Statue at Vietnam Wall

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Olive Risley Seward: The lady was a daughter

On the edge of Seward Square is a statue of a Victorian woman looking at the grassy area. Turns out it’s a long story and a good one. William Seward was Secretary of State who not only bought Alaska for … Continue reading

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Happy Fourth of July

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Wordless Wednesday: My 45th state visited

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Wordless Wednesday: World War II Memorial

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Wordless Wednesday: Mount Vernon slave quarters

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Best photo locations for cherry blossoms

The time of day you’re photographing cherry blossoms determines the best place to photograph them. Many serious photographers arrive at dawn to avoid crowds and get that sunrise shot. The best spot is along the Tidal Basin by 15th St. … Continue reading

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