John Paul Jones Statue in Washington, DC
Part of the WW II Monument in front of the Washington Monument
Second Division Memorial in President's Park
The Memorial commemorates those who died, while serving in the 2nd Infantry Division of the U. S. Army during WWI. It was dedicated on July 18, 1936, by president Franklin D. Roosevelt.
The Lone Sailor Statue
Memorial Plaza of the Naval Heritage Center
Naval Heritage Center
Pennsylvania Ave in Washington, DC
Grand Army of the Republic Statue
A memorial honoring Benjamin F. Stephenson, M.D. and dedicated in 1909.
Statue of James Garfield by the US Capitol
The Peace Monument in front of the U.S. Capitol
At the top of the Peace Monument are Grief holding her covered face against the shoulder of History and weeps in mourning. Below Grief and History, a female figure represents Victory. Below her are the infant Mars (the god of war) and the infant Neptune (god of the sea).
Statue of Ulysses S. Grant in front of the U.S. Capitol
The White House
Statue of Gen. John Pershing in Washington, DC
Thomas Jefferson Memorial
During Cherry Blossom Season
Cherry Blossom Season
Cherry Blossoms by the Smithsonian Castle
Smithsonian Museum of American History
Flag at the Washington Monument
Thomas Jefferson Memorial and Washington Monument
Scaffolding on the Washington Monument being added for repairs from the earthquake.
Martin Luther King, Jr Memorial
Pennsylvania Ave, Washington, DC
The U.S. Capitol and to the left of it is the U.S. Supreme Court Building.
President Ulysses S. Grant
Statue in front of the U.S. Capitol
Top of the U.S. Capitol
Washington DC at night
U.S. Capitol, Washington Monument, and WWII Memorial
Christopher Columbus statue in front of Union Station
U.S. Capitol, East Side
4th of July
Fireworks over the Lincoln Memorial, blocking the view of the Washington Monument and the Capitol.
Hanging out on the steps of the American History Museum
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