Almost Christmas in DC

(Last Updated On: December 16, 2020)
A meeting scheduled for shortly before Christmas was a great excuse for a few days of checking out Washington DC while it is decked out in its holiday finery.


(December 15, 2011)
In Search of Ansel Adams – Part 1: At the Wilderness Society
Photo Thurday: As Close As I’m Likely to Get To Seeing the President
Meditating on the Meaning of Art at the Corcoran
In Search of Ansel Adams – Part 2: At the Department of the Interior
Christmas Lights on the Mall

(December 16, 2011)
Georgetown is Well-Dressed for Christmas: Part 1
Lobby Trees

(December 17, 2011)
McPherson Square Is Occupied
Architectural Contrasts
DC’s Chinatown
Inside the National Building Museum
Reflected Fountains and More at the National Gallery of Art
Horses! (At the Museum of the American Indian)

The current special exhibit at the National Museum of the American Indian is A Song for the Horse Nation. It is an intelligent and stunningly beautiful show (with some of the most amazing quillwork I have seen).

(December 18, 2011)
More Christmas Spirit in Georgetown
Abstract Images Along the Canal
Best Discovery in DC: The Circulator

(December 29, 2011)
Photo Thursday: A Foxy Wedding Crown

(January 5, 2012)
Photo Thursday: Two More Holiday Images

Exploring Washington DC


1 thought on “Almost Christmas in DC”

  1. D.C. is a lovely place to be at Christmas time. I spent Christmas of 2010 in Paris and 2009 in Buenos Aires, both of which were wonderful in very different ways (Christmas time is summer in Buenos Aires), so this year I decided to stay home, which is Ventura, California. It was 72 degrees.

    Boyd Lemon-Author of "Eat, Walk, Write: An American Senior's Year of Adventure in Paris and Tuscany.

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