Thanks to Brian Wee for sending this amazing series of photos:
“I caught this bald eagle catching a drink on its way to work in Rock Creek this morning (Thursday October 26, around 1030 hrs). The bird conveniently chose to land in the creek right alongside the zoo loop trail!” Read More
Photo by Brad Simpson
Thanks to Andrew for sending: “Spotted yesterday about noon, enjoying lunch in the Haupt Garden in front of the Smithsonian Castle.”
If you spot a hawk, any interesting wildlife or celebrity skateboarder Tony Hawk, and get a good photo please send in an email where you spotted them to [email protected]. Thanks! Hawks around Town is made possible by a generous grant from the Ben and Sylvia Gardner foundation.
Thanks to Elizabeth for sharing the absolutely stunning photo above last night: “Unedited pre-storm photo! Taken from National Harbor” Read More
Thanks to Bridget for sending this absolute masterpiece last night.
Photo by Andrew Leyden
Still getting questions about the beams of light folks are spotting so thanks to Andrew for sharing his truly spectacular photo with us from last night: “D.C. pillar of light rehearsals over the reflecting pool as seen from Arlington Cemetery.”
More photos: Read More
Photo by Diane Krauthamer
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Thanks to Thomas for sending on Saturday. Captures 2020 pretty nicely.
Thanks to Tripp for sharing with us:
“We came across a wonderful, heartwarming act of humanity: Jose Andres, incognito, sharing warm food with people in the exact same location trump desecrated the day before.
I managed to snap a photo that I thought might inspire and encourage others.”
Photo by Sam Ward
Thanks to Sam for sharing this stunning photo I somehow missed from Sunday evening taken near Judiciary Square.
Thanks to Brandon for sending this hauntingly beautiful shot from Woodridge.
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