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Photography Monday: Washington, D.C. at Night

The monuments and memorials are transformed in the evening to glowing, dramatic architectural masterpieces.  We could have traversed the city on our own in the evening, but decided to take a photo safari tour with Washington Photo Safari hosted by David Luria.  We highly recommend this tour company and have taken both day and night classes.

Washington Monument in the background with the World War II Memorial in the foreground.

Washington Monument in the background with the World War II Memorial in the foreground.

The fountain at the World War II Memorial in all its glowing glory.

The fountain at the World War II Memorial in all its glowing glory.

Lincoln Memorial reflected in the Reflecting Pool.

Lincoln Memorial reflected in the Reflecting Pool.

A soldier featured in the Korean War Memorial.

A soldier featured in the Korean War Veterans Memorial.

The Three Servicemen at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

The Three Servicemen at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

We were very inspired by the photo safari tour and saw Washington, D.C. in a new way.  The next time we visit D.C. we plan on taking another class.  It is worth every penny and you come away with fantastic photos and a newfound confidence in photography.

Next week, I will post the doors of Alexandria.

*Tina

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2 thoughts on “Photography Monday: Washington, D.C. at Night

  1. elizabeth on said:

    The Lincoln Memorial is beautiful!

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