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Monica Cate 242
DC metro area
I'm a photographer in the DC area always looking for beautiful, unique spots to take photos. Photography is a recently found love and it has opened up my whole world! I travel up and down the East Coast and occasionally make it back home to Seattle, so follow me for tips in those regions!
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Washington Monument, Washington D.C.Washington MonumentWashington D.C.Minimalist by design but recognized the world over, the Washington Monument is 555 feet tall and can be seen from numerous points in Virginia,...523 Queen St, Alexandria VA, Alexandria, Virginia523 Queen St, Alexandria VAAlexandria, VirginiaThis historic house in Alexandria, Virginia, is only 7 ft wide and about 350 sq ft. It was built in the 1850s out of spite. The owner of the house...Rock Creek Park, Washington D.C.Rock Creek ParkWashington D.C.Take a walk or a bike ride through Rock Creek Park in the fall. It's absolutely stunning. One of my favorite sights was this beautiful stone...Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area, Williamsburg, VirginiaColonial Williamsburg Historic AreaWilliamsburg, VirginiaDo you want to step back in time to the 18th century? If so, visit Williamsburg for a great like none other. Want a hint? Don't pay the $40 if you...Theodore Roosevelt Island, Washington D.C.Theodore Roosevelt IslandWashington D.C.Roosevelt Island is a popular spot for residents and tourists alike. Residents love it for the miles of trails to hike and run on, and tourists...The Omni Homestead Resort, Hot Springs, VirginiaThe Omni Homestead ResortHot Springs, VirginiaIf you're looking for a romantic getaway at a historic resort in Virginia, I would highly recommend The Homestead. It offers a myriad of...N. 3rd St. and Kent Ave, New York City, New YorkN. 3rd St. and Kent AveNew York City, New YorkThis gorgeous view of Manhattan is just down the street from the famous Mast Brothers chocolate company in Brooklyn. Satisfy your sweet tooth and...United States National Arboretum, Washington D.C.United States National ArboretumWashington D.C.The arboretum is beautiful year-round but my favorite time to visit is in the fall. Just look at the amazing colors surrounding the old capitol...Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Washington D.C.Thomas Jefferson MemorialWashington D.C.If you have not seen DC when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom, youre missing out! The panorama of light pink blooms and iconic memorials is...National City Christian Church, Washington D.C.National City Christian ChurchWashington D.C.This church elegantly towers over Thomas Circle in DC. It was designed by the same architect behind the Jefferson Memorial and the National...Château de Chenonceau, Chenonceaux, FranceChâteau de ChenonceauChenonceaux, FranceThis beautiful chateau is located in the heart of the Loire Valley in France. Over the course of centuries it changed hands frequently, often...Fort Washington State Park, Fort Washington, MarylandFort Washington State ParkFort Washington, MarylandFort Washington State Park is a neat spot overlooking the Potomac River. It's a great place to bring kids because there are so many stairs, tunnels...Arlington National Cemetery Visitors Center, Arlington, VirginiaArlington National Cemetery Visitors CenterArlington, VirginiaThis beautiful cemetery is free to enjoy if you walk in. If you'd like to drive, it's a few dollars to park. If you're lucky, you just might see...The Capital Wheel, Fort Washington, MarylandThe Capital WheelFort Washington, MarylandOne of my favorite spots to take photos, just outside DC. This Ferris wheel lights up with a different brilliant array of colors each night. If you...Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens, Washington D.C.Hillwood Estate, Museum & GardensWashington D.C.I went here on a field trip with my student last week. It's located in the Georgetown neighborhood of DC and the museum houses Marjorie Poet's...Gravelly Point, Arlington, VirginiaGravelly PointArlington, VirginiaBest place to watch planes take off and land in the DMV area! The landings are the best, as the planes go right over your head. It's quite the thrill!
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