8 02 2015

This weeks lesson was about Shape. What better place to find interesting shapes – Washington, DC. We went for the weekend to see Arlo Guthrie at The Birchmere. What a great concert and interesting venue. We hadn’t been there before. He opened the second act with Alice’s Restaurant for its 50th anniversary! Wow.

This photo was taken from the car on 395. It is the top of the Air Force Memorial. I don’t know why it is so foggy looking. It wasn’t sunny out, but a little overcast. I think the dirty window made it look like this 🙂 but I liked it. ruth-ellenFlanagn-Shape-5791

This is what the whole monument looks like (also taken from the car):

US Air Force Memorial

We went to Arlington National Cemetery and I found many more examples of interesting shapes. Kevin took the photo of the curved amphitheater!

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3 responses

15 12 2015

Sarah Ann Smithon Feb 09
Almost surreal! We used to live n North Arlngton, and I commuted to work by bike, riding through Arlngton National Cemetery ( to State Dept in DC). And Arlo Guthrie..,,Precious Friend is my all time favorite album ever. This photo makes me wNt to write a story about Arlo going for a car ride, being swallowed up n a fog bank and transported by a three spiked space craft to an orbiting restaurant owned by?

10 02 2015

DC is the perfect spot for shapes…the architecture is all so amazing! You captured some really interesting perspectives of some of the shapes in the city! NICE!

9 02 2015
John & Lois

All very nice shapes. I love the otherworldly feel of the first image.

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