Take a walk with me through the streets of Georgetown, D.C. You might just feel like you stepped back in time…
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Tagged as antique, brownstones, D.C., Georgetown, history, lanterns, nostalgia, photography, quaint, Washington
Excellent post and lovely photos!
Thank you so much! I really enjoyed my walk through Georgetown…and probably could have done several different themed posts, but the lanterns caught my eye first. 🙂
With all best wishes,
You’re very welcome. I’ve never been to D.C., but it is on the list for sure, so seeing these photos makes me want to go even more.
If you come to D.C., bring comfortable walking shoes! Everything here seems on a larger scale…the government buildings seem to go on and on! Walking from one end of the Mall to the other (or across it) is quite a schlep. People think of NYC as really big, but in reality there’s just a lot more crammed into a smaller space.
Dustin showed me were to CLICK! Duh!
nice show of lamps and lanterns.
So glad that you were able to get the slide show to work! I had gotten a bunch of nice feedback from other bloggers on the photos, so I was pretty sure the issue wasn’t on my end this time. (But don’t “duh” yourself – or me – please. Technology can be maddening sometimes, and the innocent mistakes we make don’t mean we’re any less smart!)
Ciao, dearie, J
Paul Revere could have used one of those lanterns !
I thought so, too. I don’t think any of them are really historic (probably reproductions), but what do I know?
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