In Honor of ‘Presidents Day,’ Some Photos From My Trip to Washington DC

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In March of 2008 I had the privilege to shadow 4 buses of middle school kids on their Easter weekend tour of Washington D.C. During this trip I had the chance to see some of the sights, while photographing their trip for a client. In honor of Presidents Day, I wanted to share a few of my photographs from the trip. Unfortunately, I did not travel with a tripod. I wish I had.

On Easter morning in 2008 we were able to witness the ‘changing of the guard’ at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. You could have heard a pin drop during the reverent moment. Being a U.S. Army veteran, I was greatly appreciative of the opportunity to personally witness this event.

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