Here are some brief impressions from a short trip to DC.last weekend. Besides
the ongoing political fray that passes as the primary industry, it is also a city
with a well deserved reputation as a museum destination, We filled up...
A restaurant wall in the Adams Morgan neighborhood.
A street art reference to the large number of canine
sniff squads that are out and about, (for your safety).
The Renwick had a show called “Wonder”, a favorite
noun for all seasons. This was a small part of a room
installation full of collages made from exotic beetles.
This anti-nuclear peace vigil, across the street from the
White House, was started in 1981. Concepcion Picciotto,
who maintained the vigil, which is believed to be the
longest-running political protest in U.S. history, died on
January 25, 2016.
Mr Hopper at the Smithsonian, one of our premier national
museums with a stellar collection of American art masterpieces.
Our friend Alec, brought us on a short tour of the FDR memorial.
For me, he still ranks, near the top of the various individuals who have occupied the presidential slot.
A stand in presidential limo was just finishing a film sequence
for an upcoming episode for “House of Cards”.
and a last misty view over the tidal basin…
All photos ©Ken Brown