A view of Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C. leading to the United States Capital Building. Photo courtesy of the National Park Service.
The Jefferson Memorial in Washington, DC.
Cherry blossoms frame the Thomas Jefferson Memorial, which stands at the edge of the Tidal Basin in the monumental core of Washington, D.C. Photo courtesy of the National Park Service/ Sarah Eddy.
The Tidal Basin in Washington D.C. as seen from the steps of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial. The Tidal Basin is fringed with a variety of cherry trees that give rise to the National Cherry Blossom Festival that takes place annually in late March-early April. Paddle boats offer one of the best ways to experience the cherry tree blossoms. Photo courtesy of the National Park Service.
Just north of the Tidal Basin, in a grove of cherry trees where rests a centuries-old granite Japanese lantern. Photo courtesy of the National Park Service.
Spring is a popular time for visitors to experience the cherry blossoms and monuments that surround the Tidal Basin. The Martin Luther King Memorial appears in the background. Photo courtesy of the National Park Service.
A Japanese pagoda among the cherry trees lining the Tidal Basin in Washington D.C. Photo courtesy of the National Park Service/John Donoghue.
Tidal Basin weeping cherry blossoms in sunlight. Photo courtesy of the National Park Service.
Close up of cherry blossoms along the Tidal Basin. Photo courtesy of the National Park Service.
The Thomas Jefferson Memorial in Washington, DC as seen during the early morning hours of 17 November 2018. A flight trail of an Antares rocket - with a Cygnus resupply spacecraft onboard - appears over the memorial. The rocket was launched from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia, about 185 km (115 mi) southeast of the capital. The cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station delivered about 3,350 kg (7,400 lb) of scientific research equipment and crew supplies to the orbital laboratory and its crew. Photo Credit: NASA/Aubrey Gemignani.
Arlington House and Arlington National Cemetery stand on a hill In Virginia beyond the intervening Potomac River (not visible) and the Tidal Basin, bordered by flowering cherry trees. Photo courtesy of the National Park Service/Anthony DeYoung.
A view of Arlington House and some of the grave markers at Arlington National Cemetery.
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