The Living City Washington DC
The Capitol of the United States, but a surprisingly "small town" within its borders.
Peace Monument (aka the 1877 Naval Monument)
Statues ("History" and "Grief") erected 1877 to honor naval war dead from the American CIvil War. Inscribed on the base is "In memory of the officers, seamen and marines of the United States Navy who fell in defense of the Union and liberty of their country, 1861-1865" - sculpture was done by Franklin Simmons.Below the twin statues (out of sight here in this photo) is another female neo-classical figure titled "Victory."
Art of War Sculpture
8601 Adelphi Rd, College Park, MD 20740
White House, Washington DC
Willard Hotel - Pershing Park
The DC Marriott is on the opposite side (with the slightly lower flag staff)
Barr Building - Farragut Park
Inside Vace Pizza Cleveland Park area
Coming into DC by train
Suntrust Bank 15th Street
Suntrust Bank building at intersection of 15th Street, Pennsylvania and New York Ave. Built 1888, architect James T. Windrim. Additions added 1916, 1925 and 1985.
Dupont Circle Fountain
More Dupont Circle
New construction 6th and New York Ave
Interior National Gallery of Art
This Town: Two Parties and a Funeral-Plus, Plenty of Valet Parking!-in America's Gilded Capital
Photos by Erik Weems - web site