Images of Fall in DC

Saturday, November 19, 2011

One of my favorite photography subjects in DC: kitschy church signs
Cat, Capitol Hill
Fall foliage, Capitol Hill
Michael, Petworth
Abdullah, Petworth

The incredible, still-futuristic, ultra-Brutalist Housing and Urban Development HQ Building

Fall shadows, Brookland
Red car, Brookland
A monk adorns the bottle of a German beer
A post-fall scene at American University's Tenley Campus
Tweed Ride DC, Southwest
Idle rowhouses, Petworth
The always-imposing Old Post Office, Downtown
A slice of Appalachia in DC, Brookland
A postcard fall scene, Brookland
Stanton Park, Capitol Hill
A very haunted-looking house, Brookland

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    don't you know the anecdote that explains why german monks are allowed to brew beer? in the middle age when they started to brew they sent some fresh bottles to the pope and asked him for his permission. in those times, transportation needed a bit longer and beer wasn't very durable, so the pope drank a brackish liquid. he thought the desire to brew something disgusting like this had something to do with their piety, thus he agreed.