Photographer's Note

This is the front of the National Cathedral in Washington, DC. This was taken during the blue hour and with a little patience I was able to utilize the moon exactly where I wanted to. I believe the top of the building is the highest point in the city because its so tall combined with the fact that its on a hill. I took this about two months ago on a nice early spring day. It took a lot of patience in waiting for the perfect night to go down there. I kept having snow or rain or wind. This is my second post from there and here's some info about the National Cathedral from before:

This is the National Cathedral in Washington, DC. This is the sixth largest cathedral and second largest in the United States after Saint John's in NYC. Of course St. Peter's Basilica in Rome is the largest in the world. Its architecture is a sweeping gothic style. It was under construction from 1907 to 1990. I again used my wide-angle to help fit this massive cathedral in.

This was taken at 7pm two months ago.

Happy Memorial Day to my US TE friends!

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Additional Photos by Stephen Inguanti (singuanti) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3624 W: 117 N: 4042] (15250)
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