Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Monuments by Moonlight

The Monuments by Moonlight Night Tour is a "don't miss" if you are ever in the 
Washington, D.C. area.
A nighttime trolley tour that takes you right to some of the city's most popular monuments.
Our tour guide Jason was awesome, 
and had some very interesting and fun facts about the city.

The Capital



The Washington Monument

The Lincoln Memorial

Korean War Memorial
We also saw the 
Vietnam Veteran's Memorial Wall here.

Iwo Jima Memorial

Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial

The hubs and I really enjoyed the tour although parts of it were quite solemn.
Washington, D.C. is a really beautiful city at night!

18 comments:

  1. Such beautiful photos, Debbie. Yes, I felt some tears at the solemn ones. This country of ours has seen enormous tragic times; lost lives. My wish now would be for all American's to pull together instead of all the infighting. Very sad, these days.

    Thank you so much for sharing.
    xoxo

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  2. My wife and I had a trip planned on the very weekend of a very big event (9-11). Easy to conclude we didn't make that trip. Never have rescheduled. I can't get Dina out of the house.

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  3. Hello, I would have never thought to take a night tour of DC. Lovely photos, I love the reflection shot. Enjoy your day!

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  4. I will put this tour on my bucket list!

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  5. I feel like I have been there cause I watch BONES reruns all the time and these places are always shown on there! haha. Never been myself. Hey, saw some beautiful Cherry Trees blooming out my way today. Thought of you! Thanks so much for always stopping by my blog and leaving such nice comments.

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  6. I feel like I have been there cause I watch BONES reruns all the time and these places are always shown on there! haha. Never been myself. Hey, saw some beautiful Cherry Trees blooming out my way today. Thought of you! Thanks so much for always stopping by my blog and leaving such nice comments.

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  7. I am impressed with those night shots.

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  8. We lived in the area for quite a few years and moved to our small town when out son was born. Such a great city and you have some great photos!

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  9. Truly an awe inspiring tour, Debbie! I've never been in person, but it always gives me a little shiver of pride and patriotism whenever I see the photos of the White House and beautiful memorials. Wonderful photos! xx Karen

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  10. Hey Debbie....I will try to remember to work on doing my photos larger. I am pulling from the files that I reduced to post so that they would not be used for anything else. But thank you for the comment. Thanks also for the comments on my professional shoots. Wished I was still doing the senior shoots but weddings, so glad I am not doing that any longer.

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  11. i am huge fan of you capturing Debbie! It is just outstanding!

    loved this virtual visit to Washington where my sister spend some years and she visited the place too,it is remarkable

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  12. I always wanted to see these

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  14. It looks like a great tour, and there's something special about night shots.

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  15. Those are spectacular! Beautiful photos!

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