Internship Pictures - 3

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Third Day of Sight Seeing
[Arlington National Cemetary]
The graves of distinguished service men and women since 1861. (the most peaceful cemetary I've been too)
[Arlington National Cemetary]
Graves. The park is 1100 acres (660 of it is cemetary).
[Arlington National Cemetary]
JFK's gravesite. You can see Arlington house slightly on the hill.
[Arlington National Cemetary]
The eternal flame; above JFK's grave.
[Arlington National Cemetary]
A view of Washington DC from JFK's gravesite. You can see the Lincoln and Washington Monuments as well as the Capital.
[Arlington National Cemetary]
The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (with the honor guard always present).
[Arlington National Cemetary]
Changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Solider (every hour on the hour).
[Arlington National Cemetary]
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier museum (contains gifts from organizations, nations, and dignitaries).
[Arlington House]
The front of Arlington House. The house is brick with colored stucco applied. Owned by Robert E. Lee and George Washington.
[Arlington House]
Arlington House sitting room. All of the furniture in the house is original (purchased by Martha Washington).
[Arlington House]
Arlington House children's room.
[Korean Memorial]
The Korean Memorial (probably the most interesting to look at). Soliders walking through a mined rice patty.
[The FDR Memorial]
The FDR Memorial. This, in my opinion, is the best memorial.
[Washington Monument and Ducks]
On the way to the Jefferson Memorial, found these ducks on the sidewalk. No zoom was used in these shots.
[Ducks]
Ducks by the Tidal Basin (no zoom used).
[Jefferson Memorial]
The front of the Jefferson Memorial - my favorite in the architecture department.
[Jefferson Memorial]
Statue of Jefferson inside the Jefferson Memorial (sorry the light wasnt better!).
[National Archives]
The viewing rotunda for the Declaration of Independance, Constitution, and Bill of Rights. You can see a working copy of the Constitution with changes and where Madison screwed up some words in the final draft of the Constitution.
[Capital Building]
The Capital Building across the pool.
[Capital and Serg]
The Capital and I. The camera is sitting on a cement block.
[Capital Building]
Close up shot of the Capital - notice the potted plants and fountain.
[Supreme Court]
The front of the Supreme Court Building (across from the Capital building).
[Supreme Court]
The doors of the Supreme Court - tells the story of the People coming to power through historical events (ending with the Magna Carta).
[Supreme Court]
The top of the Supreme Court building - the famous words: Equal Justice Under Law. (stone relief is of Justice surrounded by might and knowledge).

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