photo by Annie Mac
Thanks to Christopher Naoum for passing on: “Just got these pics from a friend’s run this morning? Is this where Ninja Turtles come from?” Read More
Photo by Chris Williams
“US Air Force reports a flyover in the NCR consisting of 4 military aircraft at Arlington National Cemetery on Friday, September 10, 2021 at 3:05PM.”
This has been a PoPville advisory.
Spotted this sign on 395 North last night, around 8:30pm. Any idea what it means? I get that we should be mindful of the trains, but that’s not usually an issue at that spot!”
“Spotted tonight on my way from Arlington back to DC. Any idea what the light is for?”
Photo by Eric P.
“US Air Force reports a flyover at Arlington National Cemetery consisting of one military aircraft on September 8th 2021 at 3:05PM.”
A still from above the Building Museum by AirPhotosLIVE.com, check out the 365 awesomeness here.
Thanks to Curt for sending:
“Many of your readers have questions about the imagery and data AirPhotosLIVE.com captures when flying our tethered surveillance balloon over various projects in Washington DC. This typical base panoramic image is used to overlay various thematic maps or neighborhood-specific information. Read More
What is this? This device appeared recently on military road as it crosses rock creek park. Is it a speed camera? Seems to have multiple lenses on all sides.”
Photo by John M
From AlertDC: “US Air Force reports a flyover in the NCR consisting of 2 military aircraft at Arlington National Cemetery on August 26th, 2021 at 11:05AM.”
Thanks to Alec for sending this “definitely abused truck in the middle of the soccer fields at Anacostia Park section G. Why are all the inconveniently abandoned vehicles in DC bright green?”
Thanks to Meg for sending from “Stadium armory, 18th and Independence SE!”
Ed. Note: Back in May a river otter was spotted in the Tidal Basin. So maybe just taking a tour around town?
If you spot a hawk or any interesting wildlife and get a good photo please send in an email where you spotted it to [email protected]. Thanks! Hawks around Town is made possible by a generous grant from the Ben and Sylvia Gardner foundation.