Tag Archives: Photo by Lisa Snider

Take a long look at America and War and Peace

Some artwork only requires a moment’s attention to grasp its focus. America and War and Peace will take awhile. Located by the John F. Kennedy Center entrance, the bronze series of panels 16 feet long was a gift from Germany … Continue reading

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Happy Memorial Day

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Wordless Wednesday: Walking the canal

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Wordless Wednesday: D.C. Court of Appeals

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Blossoms in bloom

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Springtime and the living is easy

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Time for a stroll among the blossoms

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Blossoms time at the Tidal Basin

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It’s big bloom around the Tidal Basin

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Wordless Wednesday: Army of the Grand Republic

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The chapel in the cemetery

At first glance it seemed there was a little chapel in the middle of Rock Creek Cemetery. A beautiful Gothic stone building alongside many of the mausoleums of the rich and famous. And sure enough, walking up to it, I … Continue reading

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Life in a fishbowl

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Sunset among cherry blossoms

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Cherry blossoms starting to pop, but . . .

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Sunset at the World War II Memorial

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Wordless Wednesday: Rock Creek Cemetery

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Wordless Wednesday: Mount Vernon

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Wordless Wednesday: Mount Vernon slave quarters

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Wordless Wednesday: Mount Vernon

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New look for our website

Thanks to Russian hackers (really), we were forced to close our business-side website Capital Photo History Tours.com. I’d insert a joke here, but frankly it wasn’t funny. So everything is now on this website – our tours, photo tips and … Continue reading

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