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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Wordless Wednesday-Rare Sightings.


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While in Washington DC we viewed some rare things. Maybe You have not seen some of these in this way....

Of course most know about....
the Merry-go-round on the Mall
and about the Smithsonian Castle not too far away...
Dates back to the 1800'sBut did you know right around the bend...
hidden in the courtyard of a building are these sights...

I know everyone has seen...
The Washington Monument....Did you know Bill Nye-The Science Guy,
thought if you add the dots...
Just perhaps it could be...
A Sundial.....Now that's not possible but it is a funny photo.
It was presented at the science fair we attended.

20 comments:

  1. I've never been to DC but I would love to see some of the things you showed. The sundial idea is cool...except no one would be able to use it except pilots LOL

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  2. You took some AMAZING shots! And I like the idea of a sundial... ;)

    WW: Dinosaur Birthday

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  3. Have yet to make it to DC.

    Dagmar
    Dagmar's momsense

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  4. Haven't been there in years but, now I am thinking about it.

    Have a great day!
    http://harrietandfriends.com/2010/11/getting-out-the-cutes-for-christmas/

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  5. My husband and I went to DC for the first time this summer, and had a wonderful time! Is the round one the Smithsonian Museum of Modern Art?

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  6. Great Pictures. I especially liked the Castle. I love old buildings.

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  7. Great set of pics, my favourites are the first two :-)

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  8. The Washington Monument would make a most excellent sundial ... for aliens!

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  9. Great info! I would love to see the monument used as a sundial! We just visited my MIL in DC, but weren't able to get around to much besides the zoo. I did grow up about 1 1/2 hours away though, and had many opportunities to explore the area. However, this info is new to me! Visiting from Natural Parents Network!

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  10. That is funny! I was born in D.C., so thanks for the tour. :)

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  11. Bill Nye the Science Guy... heheheheh.

    I've never been to Washington...great photos.

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  12. Love DC especially its cherry blossoms.

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  13. I'd love to see Washington D.C. one of these days :) Wonderful pictures..

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  14. Wow. Thanks for sharing your photos. I'd love to visit these.

    Love the photos!

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  15. Thanks for sharing the fantastic photos, very nice.

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  16. I have not been to the merry go round yet! I really should take my kids. They'd love it.

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