Greater Greater Washington

Drying out 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.


Rock Creek Park. Photo by mychacos.


Connecticut Ave, Dupont Cirlce. Photo by Dan McQuade.


Stead Park, Dupont Circle. Photo by Maryland Route 5.


Pennsylvania Avenue. Photo by Brian Allen.


Near FDR Memorial. Photo by Aimee Custis.

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Aimee Custis is a policy wonk by training and an advocate by profession. In addition to serving as the managing editor of Greater Greater Washington, by day Aimee manages communications at the Coalition for Smarter Growth. Also a photographer, she photoblogs at aimeecustis.com

Comments

The first photo says it was taken 18 hours ago and I checked because I really hoped that it was taken post flooding.

I like the tilt-shift of the crosswalk right there. Really makes the bike lane look nice.

That pic of Dupon Circle is similarly great because it shows that variety of building heights/formats is not some sort of home values reducer that people who don't want a new building say it will be.

by drumz on May 2, 2014 3:31 pm • linkreport

Haha I took a picture from almost that exact same spot. The creek was already clearly way down by yesterday morning but it was still a quite a bit more of a flow that it's usual trickle. http://i.imgur.com/542xq5r.jpg Admittedly my picture isn't nearly as pretty.

by BTA on May 2, 2014 3:35 pm • linkreport

Here is a link to the USGS stream flow gauge at Joyce Road showing the flow rate. http://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwisweb/graph?agency_cd=USGS&site_no=01648010&parm_cd=00060&period=32#.U2T3q4RFz0U.hotmail

This is a great site for water geeks; data on DO, turbidity, etc.

by Marchant Wentworth on May 3, 2014 10:09 am • linkreport

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