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Washington D.C. Memorials Through the Eyes of a Young Teenager

Washington, D.C., the nation's capitol. What do you picture? If there was going to be one area of photographic congruence between our mental images, and what we expected from our young photographer, we thought this would be it.

the Washington Monument
The Washington Monument - 558 feet of Maryland marble. Although the 897 steps that used to challenge climbers are now closed, the speedy elevator still takes visitors to the best view in town.
the Jefferson Memorial
The Jefferson Memorial. The third president of the US authored the most famous line in the Declaration of Independence - that "all men are created equal"
bust of Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson's dying wish? That he be remembered.
the Lincoln Memorial
The Lincoln Memorial's 36 columns represent the 36 states at the time of the memorial's dedication in 1922.
Dedication statement
Dedication to the memory of Lincoln and his successful effort to save the country from civil war.
the Franklin Roosevelt Memorial
One of the newest memorials, the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial captures many of FDR's beliefs.
the John F. Kenedy Memorial
A simple burning flame marks the JFK memorial in Arlington National Cemetary.
Memorial to the Columbia Shuttle astronauts
The memorial to the crew of the Shuttle Columbia, in Arlington.
rows of headstones at Arlington Cemetary
Rows of headstones at Arlington
Cold statues making up part of the Korean War Memorial
Cold statues making up part of the Korean War Memorial
Korean War Memorial wall
Reflections on reflections on the wall at the Korean War Memorial
Our nation honors her sons and daughters who answered the call to defend a country they never knew and a people they never met
Inscription at the Korean War Memorial
names on the wall at the Viet Nam Memorial
A portion of the Viet Nam War Memorial

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