Washington DC

Buildings around Washington DC

I saw a similar building in St. Lawrence Market in Toronto, Canada, although it was smaller. I took this picture in Washington DC two years ago. This is near the...

U.S. Capitol, Washington DC

I couldn’t get enough of this place. I’ve taken a picture of this structure inside and outside whenever I’m in the nation’s capital. But I don’t get tired of doing...

Washington Monument

Washington Monument as captured by my camera this past weekend, still being repaired. Repair expected to be completed in 2014. The monument was damaged in August 2011 by an earthquake....

Jefferson Memorial, Washington DC

One of the greatest presidents in U.S. history, Thomas Jefferson started the University of Virginia, where I obtained one of my graduate degrees. The Jefferson Memorial has 26 marble columns,...

Tidal Basin, Washington DC

Watching the sun set yesterday at Jefferson Memorial…. Back to album

United States Botanic Garden

Two of the many reasons I keep flying back to Washington DC are that I get to see old friends and that there are plenty of great museums. I guess...

Lincoln Memorial, DC

My friend and I drove back to Washington DC to take night pictures of the nation’s capital. I had to visit the Lincoln Memorial. “You have no oath registered in...

National Bonsai & Penjing Museum, Washington DC

Address: U.S. National Arboretum, 3501 New York Avenue N.E., Washington DC. The bonsai museum is located in the National Arboretum in the northeast section of Washington DC, approximately 3 miles...

National Capital Columns, DC

This place makes me think I’m in a different world. It’s located in an area in Washington DC that’s relatively not known among first-time tourists. During the spring I came...

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