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Capital Tour

August 2017 in DC

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Fred used modern web development tools to create this site: Git, GitHub, Node.js, NPM, Webpack, and Gulp for a fully responsive site.

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Fred has kept up with Adobe software for several years. He has done freelance design, pre-press, color correction, photo retouching, advertising, collateral media and video production. He has worked for several large clients, Mazda, Mercedes, Color Graphics Printing, ASICS, Globe, Guidant, Johnson and Johnson etc...

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WDC Highlights

Amazing Art Collections

The Smithsonian National Gallery has a gigantic collection of artwork from every period in history. It is way too much to see in a day.
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War Memorials

The WWII Memorial, VietNam Memorial, Korean War Memorial and the Lincoln Memorial are all a pleasant walk from each other. It is humbling to see how many people paid the ultimate price to serve our country.
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The Capital

Located on the opposite end of the National Mall from the Washington Monument. The Capital building is huge.
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The Library of Congress

You won't regret making an appearance at this library. It has several remarkable collections. The first one to see is Thomas Jefferson’s personal collection.
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Smithsonian Stories

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Incense Burner

This ceremonial vessel depicts a puma, an animal symbolically associated with the earth in the Andean world. This is one small example from the National Museum of the American Indian, where they have done an amazing job of explaining symbolism in art.
Museum Website

John Smith

The Avenger

Ernst Barlach

The Avenger was created in 1914 and later cast in bronze. Ernst Barlach, German 1870-1938. The East Building of the National Gallery of Art has a remarkable collection of modern art. Be sure to walk through the tunnel that connects the buildings. The East building and the tunnel are a modern architectural marvel.
Gallery Website

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Charles Lindbergh

Spirit of St. Louis

On May 21, 1927, Charles A. Lindeberg completed the first solo, nonstop transatlantic flight in history, flying his Spirit of St. Louis from Long Island, New York, to Paris, France. The plane he flew is a highly modified Ryan M-2 monoplane which now hangs in the Air and Space Museum.
Air Space Website

Capital Photos