Post Tagged with: "washington DC"

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Wonder at The Renwick

on23 November 2015 / in life, travel

  Wonder exhibition at the newly opened Renwick Gallery.    

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DC Patterns

DC Patterns

on21 November 2015 / in life, manhole, travel

       

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Stitching PCBs at Uniformed Services University

Stitching PCBs at Uniformed Services University

on20 November 2015 / in electronics, travel

     

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Travel Day

Travel Day

on12 May 2015 / in life, travel

           

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Bye Bye DC!

Bye Bye DC!

on12 November 2013 / in travel

I had to wait six hours to catch my flight out of DC. Fortunately I was in Terminal A at the Reagan National Airport where there were plenty of power outlets, cozy heating vents, and vast windows. In no time flat I settled in with my snacks, computer, free wi-fi, and was intently focused on my work. Once again, the […]

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Washington DC au naturel

Washington DC au naturel

on10 November 2013 / in travel
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Washington DC Manholes

Washington DC Manholes

on9 November 2013 / in manhole, travel

 

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Washington DC

Washington DC

on8 November 2013 / in travel

After an easy flight to PHL, passport control, more security, a commuter flight to DC, and a comic interlude with my college roommate I finally made it into Washington, DC proper. Unfortunately, I didn’t follow my own advice and I arrived at IAD as the metro was closing. Poor planning. Poor communication. Poor transportation choices. One heck of a story! […]

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Washington DC Metro

Washington DC Metro

on8 November 2013 / in travel

I love how theatrical the DC Metro stops are! From the time consuming and deep cold penetrating processional. To the excessively cavernous interiors. These subterranean spaces could host the most indulgent and opulent after-hours parties! Just bridge the tracks and let the DJ’s work their magic. Spectacular!

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Its been a long road home

Its been a long road home

on13 July 2013 / in travel

planes and trains occasionally a dead end but friends were found and waterways revisited which all brought me to the long road home.

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Man Holes –  Bethesda

Man Holes – Bethesda

on3 July 2013 / in manhole, travel

I found the governmental drain!  

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Washington DC Art

Washington DC Art

on2 July 2013 / in travel

Jim Sandborne‘s ‘Antipode‘ at the Hirschorn Barbara Kruger in the lower level of the Hirschorn Federal budget cuts are so severe that this governmental teaching campus has it’s  art collection removed.

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Man Hole Covers – Alexandria

Man Hole Covers – Alexandria

on1 July 2013 / in manhole, travel
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