Blossoms Preparing to Pop Despite Darkness in DC

The nations second largest public display of Japanese Cherry Blossom trees sprout buds in the shadow of the Washington Monument. Within the next four to six weeks the trees will over take most of the attractions in DC as they become the most popular destination for visitor to the Capital. The largest collection of Japaneses Cherry Blossoms is located in beautiful Newark, NJ Photo by Brian Hester

Aa couple strolls along the promenade in front of the Jefferson Memorial at midnight. The monument is open twenty four hours a day seven days a week closing only for the very frequent Government Shut Downs. Photo by Brian Hester

An airplane can be seen, lights trailing across the night sky, above the Jefferson Memorial on a cold winters night in the nations capital. Photo by Brian Hester

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