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Photo essay: D.C. bike tour

Sunday, November 11th, 2007

Barnett/White House

The Claim Democracy conference over… what to do with a Sunday afternoon in Washington? A bike ride around the city, of course.

Barnett and I cruised around town this afternoon and shot these photos along the way.

Jacob & Barnett at White House

Barnett @ Washington Monument

Barnett

Korean War

Feet

Jacob & Jefferson

Barnett on bike

End of bike tour

One Response to “Photo essay: D.C. bike tour”

  1. Nan Socolow Says:

    Very fine photos of these 2 young voters who will, hopefully, decide outcome of Elections, 2008. Bravo!
    N.K. Socolow, Cayman Brac, British West Indies

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