Technicolor Dreaming on Capitol Hill
March 24, 2013, Washington, DC: Forget that whole bit about spring springing. It's freezing here! Eastern Market is downright drab today, and it's not helping that the street musician bundled in a ski coat at the top of the Metro escalator is playing a mopey rendition of "Killing Me Softly" on a flute. Even the thickest winter running clothes are not enough to put a pep in my step and turn my afternoon walk into a jog. Instead I walk briskly through the neighborhood, snapping photos of any measly infusion of color I can find. Click below to see the most colorful images I could muster up during this last chilly week on Capitol Hill. Here's hoping it truly is our last cold snap for months and months to come.
Sunday Stroll (clockwise from top left): Rowhouse on A St. SE; paddleboard ready for summer on 7th; green door on East Capitol; liquor on Independence.
Yay for Yellow (clockwise from top left): Saturday morning at the Market; old school Friday night; weekend flowers and groceries; waiting for elephants past bedtime.
Cheers to St. Paddy's (clockwise from top left): Spring in my step; lucky earrings; home with a splash of green; stylin' Irish.