Reflections at International Harbor

Today’s Photography is inspired by RDP – Reflection

About a year ago, Corinne and I had the privilege of spending a couple days at National Harbor, which is located South of Washington DC along the Potomac River.

As a physician, she had a medical conference to attend, and as the wife of a physician, I was lucky enough to be able to tag along.  There was no indecision on my part!

I knew much of my time would be spent alone, and whereas some may find it pointless, I found I loved the long days alone, especially my quiet time at sunset.  I guess that’s one of the perks of being an introvert.

While walking along the shores of the Potomac River I was able to capture the views below.

I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.

Reflection 1
View of the Capitol Wheel from the marina at International Harbor

 

Reflection 2
Sunset view along the Potomac River at International Harbor

 

Reflection 3
Sunset by the pier at International Harbor

 

Reflection 4
Reflection of the Capitol Wheel as seen from the walking trail that hugs the Potomac River.

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