While Karma said we could photograph any of our favorites, I choose to take a few of her suggestions for this month’s Photo Hunt.
I am not a very adventuresome eater when it comes to Chinese food. If it says Sweet and Sour, it is good. 🙂 If you are visiting Chinatown in Washington, DC. I highly recommend the Eat First restaurant on H Street. Not much of an authentic setting but the food more than makes up for it.
On the way to the First Eat restaurant, we took the Metro and disembarked at the Chinatown station. The light display above the station’s entrance was too colorful not to photograph.
The National Zoo in Washington, DC is free to the public and is a must do for me each time I visit DC. As Zoo’s go, it is still in transition from an older zoo with bland exhibits to ones which are more livable for the animals and educational for the people who visit.
Tigers are my favorite wild cats.
Washington, DC is a popular vacation spot for families and, as I found out, many school field trips in the Springtime. The museums and monuments were full of school groups during the day so I got up early one morning and photographed around the US Capitol building. A building which is the embodiment of the United States of America. The whole city is a photographic gem.
While I might have surprised you with the Vacation Spot, it is not a surprise ice hockey is my favorite sport to play, watch and photograph.
As Karma pointed out in the first comment below, there was a bonus portion to this month’s photo hunt. I missed it when I copied the list to my iPhone. I did come across something in Washington, DC though. I remember saying to myself I should photograph it for her as it would be something she would have. As most of my followers know, I rarely photograph flowers so this one is for you Karma!