The architecture of Washington, D.C., can take your breath away.
Some of America’s capital, of course, has been there for centuries. Museums and government buildings were built to stand forever, it seemed, as my dear wife Karen walked past their grand stature and impressive lines.
Some of it, though, has sprung up of more recent vintage, for a more spruced-up usage of the city.
All of it is interesting architecture.
Some of it sits next to each other, making for an eclectic eyeful, indeed.
The architecture is a microcosm of the people walking in front of it. So many differences to share.
Coming tomorrow: Travel (Metro and Airports)
See Thursday: Finale (Odds and Ends)
Do you prefer the old architecture, new architecture or a mix, and why? What would you design if you could? Which photo is your favorite, and why?