Bike on Penn Ave.
As seen from the 6th floor of the Newseum.
Crosswalk on Penn Ave.
Just like the pattern.
Playing with what I learned about aperture priority. Not sure why these features are here.
With cloudy skies, 50 degree temperatures, and rain threatening, it's not likely these tables will get much use today.
Man Controlling Trade
The name of this statue in front of the Federal Trade Commission building on Pennsylvania Avenue in DC. It has a very 1920's look.
A group of kids getting something to eat after their visit to the Newseum.
If you're in DC, visit the Newsum and head for the 6th floor for some wonderful views, including the US Capitol. Also an experiment in HDR editing.
Metal and Glass
The top floor of the Newseum, part of their amazing conference center.
Markings on Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the Canadian embassy. From the sixth floor balcony of the Newseum.
Looking down Pennsylvania Avenue with the tower of The Donald's new hotel (aka the Old Post Office) in the distance.
Apartment building across the street from the Newseum.
A classic thought that's good to remember every so often.
It's actually the Old Post Office clock tower but the building below is now a Trump-branded hotel. We try to ignore that part.
The Old Post Office Pavilion
It will be a long time before I will be able to apply the new name to this building without gagging.
Never seen a French horn broken down like that. This young man was the leader of a marching band at the DC Pride Festival.
Along with two living relatives atop the Cogswell Temperance fountain in DC.
Taking a nap in the fountain at the Navy Memorial.