I forgot how the D.C. area just makes so sleepy. Maybe due to the rainy day, and the lack of the sun, or maybe the lack of responsibilities while I’m there, all I wanted to do is to sleep. I think I would be as half productive as living in the sun city – Vegas. The scenery was gorgeous, almost everything was photo-worthy. I wish I could have a care-free day just by myself in D.C. and taking pictures. No worrying about my son, or my husband who keeps asking me to hurry up, but just a day of staring at all the beauties, appreciating them and appraising them by capturing them.
Georgetown University, that’s my favorite part of the drive along the Potomac River. It’s way more prettier when the color changes in fall.
Do you guys also think that Virginia looks the Amazon Jungle?
Inside of an Irish pub where we had lunch. It was ok. I seriously didn’t have one meal on the trip that just “wowed” me. I loved the look of that little place though.
The white house looks so cool at night, and it’s extra white.
Us captured in the city. Which look do you guys like better? Color or sepia? I can’t decide.
Another reflection of us in the city, so romantic.
Of course, we made sure that we spent a lot of time in the park for Tyler, but he didn’t seem liked it at first. He threw a big fit when we just got there.
and then of course forgot about it in a few minutes, and put on his happy face.
He shared a intimate moment with grandma when he got scared on the carousal, which I thought it was so adorable.
He’s so curious about anything.
And of course we had to make time to visit my favorite town on the east, Annapolis. It’s navy base town in Maryland. It has an old fashioned small town look, so charming. I would love to live there and eat blue crabs everyday.
Crowded main street, filled up with boutiques, and cute restaurants
Somehow this overcast sky suits this beautiful little town quite well.
Beautiful water, lots of boats and men in uniforms, hehe… (I didn’t see any this time, otherwise I would have snapped a photo for you guys for sure)