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Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Photos from my Trip

Einstein Memorial

My daughter sat on a Goldfish Cracker. We laughed.

Left at the Vietnam War Memorial


All the time I was around Honest Abe, a song from Hair kept running through my head.




Korean War Memorial


Korean War Memorial. Not only do the faces of the dead peer out at you from the wall, but the reflections of the statues looked like ghosts. Very sad and eerie.


Part of the WWII Memorial


Part of the WWII Memorial


A statue outside the Red Cross building... I think


Same statue


Lion statue outside an art musem


Sun flowers at Eastern Market


On the grounds of the Smithsonian art museums

An enormous erection made by men. Also known as the Washington Monument


The serene looking Capitol building beyond the hustling city streets
The White House



A lazy ass squirrel that was splayed out on a tree brach outside the White House


Andrew Jackson in front of the White House

Look! Up in the air! It's a bird! It's a plane! No... It's... Super Grover!


Everyone's favorite Grouch



Cookies at a whimsical little place we stopped at in Pennsylvania



A mural across the street from said cookie store


8 comments:

Abu Dhabi/UAE Daily Photo said...

Looks like a great time. How did she not break that cracker?! LOve the Lincoln Memorial...

Hani Obaid said...

lol@made by men monument :)

My favorite is the squirrel.

7aki Fadi said...

HAHAHA at the cracker.

Looks like you had a great time :)

Chris said...

Welcome back.

Akinoluna said...

Haha that cracker dent is cute!

TeacherLady said...

Cairogal, she had a poofy diaper that simply cushioned the cracker. It's diaper science. You learn an awful lot about life through diapers. For instance, children can produce waste that is twice their own body weight. It's abosolutely true.
Hani, much like London, Washington has a horde of fat, lazy squirrels who don't fear humans because they get fed by too many suckers like me.
Chris, thanks, I've got a lot of catching up to do with your blog now...

PHSChemGuy said...

You take some great photos...

TeacherLady said...

Thanks, PHSChemguy. We bought a new Nikon D40 and I've been excitedly snapping away ever since!