Posts Tagged ‘Washington DC’

Along the Metropolitan Branch Trail in Washington DC there is a new monument painted on the wall of a warehouse. Created by artist Garin Baker, the monument/mural pays tribute to the African American artists and craftsmen who built the Lincoln Memorial.

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The POW! WOW! grafitti art event is back in DC. Throughout the Metropolitan Branch Trail and around the NoMa neighborhood, new works of art are coming to life.

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Some mistakes are hard to fix. This picture was taken in Dumbarton Oaks, just north of Georgetown.

Photo courtesy of Steve S.

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Bright red tulips herald the arrival of Spring on a DC sidewalk.
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Street View Reflections in NoMa

Posted: March 31, 2017 in art
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On a sunny day in NoMa, this building’s glass facade reflects the colorful street view.
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George Washington University in DC has its own manhole cover design. The manhole cover pictures here is located next to the Foggy Bottom metro station. I’ve walked on this block dozens of times before and yet today was the first time I noticed the unique design on this manhole cover. 

What happened to the manhole covers on H Street NE? The manhole on the foreground is obviously missing, but so is the one in the background. In place of the manhole cover is a puddle covered with dark liquid.

Photo courtesy of Julia.
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