DC Trip: Part II

Our trip to DC began with Ann taking us for a tour around where she lives. She lives in the Navy Yards which used to be a not-so-nice part of town but has really been built up over the past few years. She lives within walking distance of the Nationals Stadium and the Capitol. In fact, you can see the capitol from the big windows in her condo. Unfortunately, as you can see from the picture below, there is some construction going on that is eventually going to totally block her view 😦
Eastern-MarketSunday morning we headed to St. Peters on the Hill where we met Kerstin, a friend of ours from Franciscan. She is now a counselor in McLean, VA and had just moved to the area a few days prior to our visit! Following Mass we had brunch at a cute French restaurant in a neat part of town. Then we headed over to Eastern Market where we browsed through the different booths. My favorite was the Polish pottery and jewelry. Ann and I each bought a pair of earrings for my brother’s wedding and Kerstin found these really awesome decorative panels to use as a headboard in her bedroom.Eastern-MarketSunday evening Ann and I went out to take photos at sunset and we came back to find Luke enjoying himself in the hot tub 🙂 So we continued our shoot with Luke as our model…I think he had fun!Hot-Tub

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4 thoughts on “DC Trip: Part II

  1. I loved seeing all the beautiful photos 🙂 Luke and now side line as a model. Thanks for jump starting his career. The weather looked so nice and since we were just there spring break,l could relate. Miss you both so much!

  2. I loved having you guys here, It was everything I dreamed it would be & MORE!!!! Great pictures! Liked seeing how you used the pictures to tell a story. Great inspiration!

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