The C&O Canal as it looks today
A young man sits on the steps as he plots his life on one of the modern marvels of technology, seemingly unaware of the old factory building directly across the C&O Canal that certainly played a significant part in the Industrial Revolution
I came across this old Georgetown sign on Wisconsin Avenue, and it seemed so incongruous with all the fancy shops, restaurants and boutiques it was surrounded by that I just had to capture an image of it.
Potted plants and pumpkins in the afternoon sun
A beautiful entrance to one of the many architectural masterpieces that line the streets of Georgetown.
A quiet sidewalk on a beautiful fall afternoon just a few blocks away from from the bustling M Street in Georgetown.
The pebble hardscaping of the appropriately named Pebble Garden. Such thought and care went into the creation of every inch of this place - it really is a sight to behold.
A pink rose in the late afternoon sun from the rose garden. I'm drawn to its beauty, despite its fading bloom.
A quiet corner with an inviting bench inside the rose garden at Dumbarton Oaks.
the staircase surrounding the Horseshoe Fountain leading down to the private pool.
Beautiful foliage decorating the staircase inside the side entrance to the main house at Dumbarton Oaks.
The rear gate at Dumbarton Oaks
Autumn colors in Georgetown
A jogger along the C&O Canal
Fountain sculpture at the far end of the Pebble Garden
The Pebble Garden
The grape arbor that runs the length of the Growing Garden
The stairway leading up to the Rose Garden
The Arbor Terrace
A tranquil spot to sit and relax in the Arbor Terrace, just outside the Rose Garden
One of the cherubs in the Fountain Terrace
The Loggia along side the pool