My sister Kristen came up to visit for the weekend. On Friday we went to Joshua Hoover’s great reception down at Carbon in Washington, DC. Then, yesterday afternoon (Saturday), we went down to Hains Point and the Tidal Basin ostensibly to see the cherry blossoms. Of course, one cherry blossom looks the same as any other as far as I’m concerned, but whatever.
It was a little chilly and it rained part of the time we were there (and even hailed a little), but then it cleared up and was a bit better. I brought my camera and took a bunch of photos. Some are of the blossoms, but, as usual, I mostly focused on other random stuff. Pictures below!
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