Bringing back wonderful memories of very hot days around Memorial Day 2002...
I long for the days when DC resonated with gravity and trust and great leadership......*Sigh*ALOHA from HonoluluComfort Spiral ~ > < } } ( ° > <3
It sounds (and looks) like you had a fantastic time, thanks for your fab photo tour!
Such gorgeous pictures. Thanks for sharing.--DamyantiCo-host, A to Z Challenge 2013
Dos interesantes fotos del famoso Washington Monument, (me gusta mas la de la derecha) y muy impresionante el muro negro de Vietnam Memorial con la trágica lista de nombres que al menos permanecerán en dicho muro para siempre.Un saludo, Ángel
real postcards and icons from there
oh the vietnam memorial is very moving....did you go up in the washington monument?
Wonderful impressions from Washington, DC. A wonderful light and signs. Great !
Fabulous shots of the Washington Monument! Get home safely before the coming storm Lulu (and to think I naively thought spring was around the corner ;)...
Ah ha, bikes would be a great way to get around. Lovely photos of the WM, how come I didn't notice the colour change, it is pronounced.
Nice pictures. Remind me of my trip 5 years back.
I sometimes feel like a broken record when it comes to commenting about your photos...so here it goes again :). Beautiful collection, taken with real vision. Well done, Lulu!
Thanks so much!
You have some fine, classic images from Washington today and yesterday, Lulu.
Super collage Lulu, happy that you had a good trip and merci beaucoup for sharing it with us.
The Vietname Memorial is so moving. Each time I'm there I see someone at the wall touching a loved one's name. I happen to the guy who devised the method used to place names on the wall -- very interesting. Glad you had a good visit.
Sounds like you really enjoyed yourself there!
Beautiful photos. I hope you got to the WWII Memorial. At night it is amazing!V
I was mistaken. It's the Korean War Memorial that I loved I think!V
Great captures of the Washington Monument!Thanks for sharing.
I'm glad this is not one of the obelisks taken from Egypt. When you visit the Temple of Karnak in Luxor, it's really sad to see just the places where many obelisks were supposed to be standing on.
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