Greater Greater Washington

Walking, biking (and beer) in the Flickr pool

Here are our favorite new images from the Greater and Lesser Washington Flickr pool, showcasing the best and worst of the Washington region.

Photo by afagen.

Photo by fromcaliw/love.

Photo by wolfkann.

Photo by ekelly80.

Photo by randomduck.

Got a picture that depicts the best or worst of the Washington region? Make sure to join our Flickr pool and submit your own photos!

Great photos of things like people enjoying walkable places, unwalkable places empty of people, transit, pedestrians, bicycles, cars, parking lots, parks, historic buildings, modern buildings, stores, urban decay, new development in DC, Maryland, and Virginia will get you featured in this weekly highlight.

Aimee Custis is a policy wonk by training and a communicator by profession. She is the managing editor of Greater Greater Washington and the Communications Manager at the Coalition for Smarter Growth. Weekends, you'll often see her practicing her other love, photographing weddings and portraits. 


big thank you to the folks in the first picture for not locking up that CaBi bike, racking up the charges, and helping pump more money into the system! :)

by Geoffrey Hatchard on Sep 2, 2012 10:18 am • linkreport

@ Geoffrey: Yeah, that pic is the perfect example of people not understanding the purpose of CaBikes.

[The two on the right are locke up, btw]

by Jasper on Sep 4, 2012 10:03 am • linkreport

@ Geoffrey

They're in Old Town, where there is not currently (though will be very very soon) a docking station. They probably came in from DC or Crystal City and stopped for lunch :)

by Catherine on Sep 5, 2012 10:58 am • linkreport

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