Snow a Welcome Change to DC Scenery.

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Constitution Gardens benches in a blanket of snow.
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Beside the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool
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Despite the government shutdown and the snow, National Park Service workers clear the walkways, predawn, to keep them passable and safe.
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Lincoln Memorial during snow storm 2019
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The fenced up Washington Monument

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Geese resting and huddled for warmth in the Capital Gardens pond

 

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Geese landing in the Constitution Gardens pond w/ Washington Monument in the background
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Constitution Gardens geese in snow storm
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Blue Heron on the bank of Constitution Gardens Pond
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Einstein Memorial decorated with snow in front of National Academy of Sciences where one quote reads, “The right to search for truth implies also a duty; one must not conceal any part of what one has recognized to be true.” Albert Einstein
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First visitors to Constitution Gardens as snow continues to fall.
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Washington wakes and starts enjoying the snow.

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Amy Doherty is a Washington, DC Area based photography and video production professional and owner of Pawpro Media, a creative media solutions company. Pawpro focuses on providing high quality, photography, video, and time-lapse content for Websites and other social media endeavors . VA, MD, DC Additionally, Amy is an outdoor, travel enthusiast. who seeks out national parks and other natural settings for landscape and wildlife photography projects.

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