Sunday, June 7, 2009

To D.C. and Back

Ellen and I were in Washington D.C. this weekend to do some documentation for StageRight who is installing seating at the Verizon Center. In the 24 hours we were there, we also visited the National Gallery of Art, the Museum of Natural History, the National Archives, the International Spy Museum, and the various monuments at the National Mall. The amount of walking we did was grueling, but it still was a very fun experience.



5 comments:

Mike and London said...

Thats fun you guys went to D.C. I went when i was 13. I would like to go back now, I think I would appreciate it more than I did back then. Its a pretty cool city tho..crazy amount of things to do.

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Garrison Propaganda said...

man thats a short trip to cover such a huge city. my favorite thing about dc--so many free sites! my least favorite thing about dc--every time we go it seems to be humid and taxes there are 10%. they sure make up for things being free. cool you got to go to the spy museum. we almost made it there once, but unfortunately didnt. how fun for you and ellen! now you can hopefully rest your weary feet and selves! quite the mini vacation packed summer for you two!

Sean said...

Really great pictures. Especially the last one.

mE said...

the more i come back to check if you've updated, the mor i think that first shot of ellen is really neat- the side shot looks like som prof business pic for something (the guy walking with back - just the right mount of blur to it)