I spent this past week touring Washington D.C. taking photos and walking through a huge part of American history. Last time I went to DC, I think I was 12, and although I remembered a lot about what I saw back then it was really interested viewing everything again as an adult. At every age I feel like you take in something new... At 12, I was probably more excited about the ice skating in front of the National Archives than I was to see the actual Declaration of Independence. Now though, it was incredible to think about how young our country really is and how much things have changed in a mere 200 years.
We were lucky enough to have gotten private tours of The US Capitol, The Library of Congress and the BIIIIG one... The White House! My dad had taken us on a tour of the White House when I was younger, so it was nice to be able to share this tour with my hubby, Blake, who had never been to D.C. before.
Here are a few photos taken from our days on the East Coast. We were grateful for beautiful weather (even though the weather man said there would be 100% rain... he was 100% wrong... lol :) ) and also for a chance to get away.
This next week is going to be a busy week for photos and video. 2 artist photoshoots and a meeting about some video work for another artist. I hope you all have a wonderful week as well!!!
"Change the world with your smile and attitude one day at a time!" - Me