I’ve traveled to Washington, DC many times; for business and for pleasure. It’s a place that always makes me feel like an excited kid on an annual school trip. I know I’ll see the familiar sights – the Capital, the Washington Monument and the like; yet I never tire of it.
My most recent trip was just this past June. At this point in my life I’ve seen most of the major landmarks of DC. You might say that I’ve completed my macro survey course of the city. With my most recent visit, I was enrolled in the micro course on Washington, DC; taking in more of the details of the city. While strolling along the National Mall I came across a path situated between the Smithsonian Castle and the Arts and Industries Building. You could easily pass by it because it’s hidden behind the showy Folger Rose Garden. This visit I walked past the roses and followed the twisting landscaped path; eager to see where it would lead. It was pretty and quiet and, oddly, I was quite alone most of the time . When I reached the end of the path, I was at… an employee parking lot.
Proving – “If the path be beautiful, let us not ask where it leads.” Anatole France
Here is my entry for this week’s challenge.
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Path! (cherylandrews.wordpress.com)
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- Photo Challenge ~ Path (nrhatch.wordpress.com)