Since blogs are all about fresh content, I figured you’d all like to see a photograph from December of 2005. This is the National Mall at 8PM, a rather different creature from the sunny, tourist-thronged turf that we all know and presumably love. (The perpetual construction of barricades should be familiar to Washington residents, though.)
Greetings. You can click on pictures to enlarge them. Hope you enjoy your stay.
I choose pictures for the web site National Geographic News, though all opinions expressed here are strictly my own.
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