Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Monuments Everywhere You Look

One of the best parts of living near the District of Columbia is that everywhere you look, you might see a historic landmark or national monument.

Whether you're driving in a car or walking around the District, at least one monument is often visible in eye-lines. As you can see in today's photograph taken at Arlington National Cemetery, I could see the United States Air Force Memorial. What you can't see here is that over other shoulder, the Washington Monument was also visible.

For landscape photographers, this is a dream scenario. In this dream, every corner could offer opportunities to frame pr position a frequently photographed monument in a new way.

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