Dawn Over the Tidal Basin


Dawn Over the Tidal Basin

Originally uploaded by Karon

Still very few cherry blossoms. Going to be a late bloom this year.

Winter Sunset on the Mall


Winter Sunset on the Mall

Originally uploaded by Karon

So glad that snow is no longer forecast for tomorrow. I am ready for spring. Bring on the Smithsonian Kite Festival, tulips and cherry blossoms.

From the top of Printemps Department Store


From the top of Printemps

Originally uploaded by Karon

I have returned from Paris.

It Always Pays to Look Up


Eye of the Needle

Originally uploaded by Karon

Needle Tower by Kenneth Snelson in the courtyard of the Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.

Field


Field

Originally uploaded by Karon

Field of tulips surrounding the Downing Urn in the Smithsonian’s Enid A. Haupt Garden

I love tulips and springtime in Washington DC is full of them.

Castle in the Snow


Castle in the Snow

Originally uploaded by Karon

My postcard photo from snOMGasm weekend. Luckily I didn’t find out that the garden was closed until after I took a ton of photos.

Snowpocalypse 2 has Hit the Area


Becoming Covered

Originally uploaded by Karon

Let’s Not Open the Window


Let’s Not Open the Window

Originally uploaded by Karon

I Love Ferris Wheels


I Love Ferris Wheels

Originally uploaded by Karon


Retreating Glacier


Retreating Glacier

Originally uploaded by Karon

Mendenhall Glacier started retreating in the mid-1700s because its annual rate of melt began to exceed its annual total accumulation. In the 1950s the ice was still all the way up to the point of land sticking out into the lake.

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