It’s June and the magnolias are in bloom.
A proud Mama walks her ducklings across the street.
The Ward Building, which houses American University’s School of Public Affairs, in Washington, DC.
The Sidwell Friends School Quaker Meeting House and Arts Center in Washington, DC is a converted gymnasium. It won the Honor Architecture award in 2014. The oak flooring and paneling is made from 100% reclaimed material from barns in Maryland and West Virginia.
Formerly known as the Smithsonian Kite Festival, the Blossom Kite Festival is an annual kite event held at the National Mall in Washington, DC, and coincides with the National Cherry Blossom Festival.
Metro riders wait for the train at Judiciary Square in Washington, DC.
A mosaic mural of children coined the “Hopscotch Kids” located at the intersection of North Capitol and H Street in Northwest DC. You can adopt one of the “kids” and get your name on the bridge; a very unique gift.
The American University campus in Washington, DC is illuminated with the colors of spring.
Is it a fire-breathing dragon or simply a stick in Rock Creek Park in Washington, D.C.?
Art work from area students is displayed in the baggage claim area of Reagan National Airport in Washington, D.C.