Tuesday, November 1, 2011
Traveling Tony - Washington, DC photographs
This video made to show the photographs of the places I visited while in Washington, DC.
The Potomac River between Washington, DC and Arlington, Virginia. On the Virginia side across the pictured bridge is Arlington National Cemetery. On Washington, DC side, the Lincoln Memorial and the National Mall.
Pictures of Arlington National Cemetery, the Tomb of the Unknown Solider, and rows and rows of the iconic white slab tombstones. Also Confederate Memorial at the cemetery.
Views of Washington, DC from the United States Marine Corps (USMC) Iwo Jima War Memorial or popularly known as Iwo Jima Memorial (World War Two - WWII). Then on to the National Cathedral where funeral services for President Ronald Reagan were held.
Visited the Lincoln Memorial (16th President Abraham Lincoln during the American Civil War 1861 – 1865). From there clear views down the National Mall with a clear view of the Washington Monument and The Capitol.
On to the National World War Two memorial with further views of the Washington Monument. From there to the Korean War Veterans Memorial, known as “the forgotten war.”
It is a great capital of these here United States of America – USA.
Music: “Our Flag” from NeoSounds.com.
Photographs taken with a DSLR Nikon D3100, also used Nikkor 55-200mm lens.
Posted by Tony aka: PropagandaBuster at 8:19 PM
Labels: Washington DC Capitol building Arlington National Cemetery Tomb of the Unknown Solider Iwo Jima Memorial National Cathedral Lincoln Memorial Washington Monument Korean War Veterans Memorial