Tuesday, April 1, 2008
Even though I post a photo (or two or three)-a-day on D.C. Confidential, I'm not a registered City Daily Photo participant. As a result, I never know what the month's theme is until I look at the blogs of those who are registered. Coincidentally, though, I've managed to post a picture of a monthly theme twice now prior to the first of the month. Last month's theme was Mural/Graffiti and I posted this on February 26.
April's theme is Water. I think some of my pictures from the Cherry Blossom Festival over the last couple of days qualify, but I won't rehash those ones. Instead, I give you pictures of the waterfalls at the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial on the Tidal Basin in West Potomac Park. When I was out on Friday photographing the blossoms, I walked back to my car through the FDR Memorial. In addition to the history it conveys, it also includes a number of water features. These are three of the waterfalls within the memorial. Enjoy!
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