Afternoon light turned this fire truck detail into an illustration. The colors and textures seem to pop right out.
Completed in 1773, Christ Church is a fantastic example of Georgian architecture in Old Town Alexandria. I loved the way the afternoon sunlight was streaming through these exterior windows, imprinting its own pattern onto the doorway.
There was a fire at this house a while back, and it’s since been restored. Here it is before the restoration, looking spooky in afternoon winter light.
I love this elevator. It has that perfect creepy institutional aura.
El Galeon is a replica of the Spanish sailing ships used during the colonial era. Here, a crew member works on the bowsprit, high above the Potomac River.