It was, indeed, a Maryland license plate.
Thanks to Bianca for sending from 18th and Quarry Road, NW “Tow truck got it up eventually.”
Sadly, not the first time a car has ended up on these stairs.
Thanks to Paul for sending. I’ve got some new t shirts to the winner and runner up get one! Your captions in the comments as usual and I’m thinking you can pick up at our next happy hour in late June if the world stays on the rails!! Stay tuned for more on that front.
Thanks to Daniel for sending this magnificent capture from AU Park yesterday. It’s been a minute since we’ve had a caption contest and I can think of no better photo to resume than this one. And I’ve got some new shirts to the winner and runner up get one! Your captions in the comments and I’m thinking you can pick up at our next happy hour in late June if the world stays on the rails!! Stay tuned for more on that front.
Thanks to Bern for sending: “As spring advances, we encourage you to try the RCPC 2021 – this year’s Rock Creek Picnic Challenge! Have a successful picnic at each of the 3 tables placed artfully “along” the creek courtesy of the winter storms. Read More
Photo by Nicole Holliday
Thanks to Nicole for sending yesterday: “y’all seen these alpacas wandering the streets of Columbia Heights?!”
Our last sighting of these beauties was January 31st, in the snow.
Frank Lucas : “Ey, ey, ey, ey! Don’t rub on that. You Blot that! Ya understand? That’s Alpaca. That’s $25,000 Alpaca! You blot that shit! You don’t rub it, put the club soda on there.”
Thanks to Jan for sending: “Hamlin cleanup: crew kind of looked like they didn’t know where to start.”
Thanks to Elisabeth for sending “Apparently nobody told Virginia drivers that parking enforcement starts again today!”
Photo by Ana Little-Saña
Thanks to Ana for sharing this curious find this morning: “FOUND: an entire pizza in Dupont. Hope it’s reunited with its rightful owner.”
It can’t be just me who thinks that looks delicious…
Thanks to a reader for sending: “I took these while out running the other day, from the stone bridge in Rock Creek Park.”
Thanks to Mathew for sending on Friday.
If you spot a hawk or any interesting wildlife around town, lunching or otherwise, and get a good photo please send in an email where you spotted it to [email protected] and I’ll add it to the queue. Hawks around Town is made possible by a generous grant from the Ben and Sylvia Gardner foundation.