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Love those horizon moon shots Fav
45 years ago people were on moon.

you were insides the Museum? I recall we visited this one too.

From description I take it that it is hot and wet over there?


Beautiful work, excellent structure and composition. My congratulations. With friendly greetings and respect from Odessa, belovka.

Critters with names corresponding to the lettered streets are beginning to appear. It is an arts project by the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) and DC Department of Transportation (DDOT). Some may be pretty elaborate!

Renovation is complete with the exterior pretty much the same. The most visible change, other than the fresh new look, is in the door and removal of the magnolia. The door is taller without glass above. Windows remain much the same, but with the more accurate historic color for the frames, black.

This little Pennsylvania Avenue landmark is changing again. It was a Little Tavern, hamburger joint of the late 1920s, and lately Li'l Pub. For a photo album and history of Little Taverns, many of which remain in the Washington area, see Little Tavern Locations. Despite efforts some have been demolished. I have memories of grabbing a bag of burgers from the Georgetown location back in the mid 1960s and no memory of the taste. I do have memories of the burgers of the chain I do miss, Marriott's Junior Hot Shoppes that were vanishing and turning into Roy Rodger's by the early 1970s. I had beer at Li'l Tavern once. Inexpensive, national brand and throwback to before the U.S. had higher quality choices and probably why, with the area going "upscale" the tavern is gone.

And now Li'l Pub is closed, signs down, permits in door. Will it retain the green?

Magnificent view from the park in the autumn! Well taken!


I am adding you to my favorite list of photographers

Greetings from Denmark, Jan

Wonderful evening scene! Excellent capture!


Greetings, Jan

Very beautiful detailed shot with wonderful contrast of colors!


Greetings, Jan


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