Out to Dry
A piece of red clothing flies out one of the windows of the Uris Brothers-designed Washington Hilton on Connecticut Avenue in Washington, D.C.
The gilded dome of PNC Bank, Farmers and Mechanics Branch in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C. glints in the diffuse sunlight of this March afternoon.
A lone construction worker looks out over the Georgetown neighborhood in Washington, D.C., phone to his ear.
The glass and steel supporting structures of the Federal Judicial Center building in Washington, D.C. almost look like impenetrable cobwebs.
Park Bench, Petals
Flower petals litter the benches and brick walks of downtown Washington, D.C. on a rainy morning.
Hole in the Sky
The northern, "Atlantic," arch at the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. resembles a porthole into the sky and universe beyond.
Union Station, Detail
Light pours out from above Union Station's Ionic entablature. Its supporting Ionic column is visible, as is the cornace bearing a classical dentil pattern.
Union Station, Detail II
The modern handrails of Washington, D.C.'s Union Station juxtapose its classically ornate ceiling.
The urge to toss spare change into standing water is great, even in The United States Botanic Garden in Washington, D.C.