Travel Tuesday: Washington, D.C.

Washington Monument

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Washington, DC, the hub of politics, the  treasure of American recorded culture, the magnificent icons honoring significant leaders and critical events.  The grand monuments and museums are testaments to American achievement and fortitude.  Massive stone is complemented by gentle gardens, the hub bub of tourists, business, and traffic is juxtaposed with quiet nooks, fountains and art, and secluded benches for respite.

Crouse Photography would like to memorialize your life and the lives of your loved ones in photographs.  Time passes quickly and photos can capture this time in your life for your personal treasury.  Contact us today to schedule your photo session, or to purchase fine art images.

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