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On March 24, 2019, I walked around the National Mall, the Smithsonian Institution Building (the Castle), and the U.S. Capital in Washington D.C. I also went inside the National Postal Museum and the East Building of the National Gallery of Art. Below are some pictures taken in Washington D.C. while outside and inside these two exhibits.

Smithsonian_Institution_Building_Castle
Smithsonian_Building_Castle_cherry_blossoms
National_Gallery_of_Art_flowers
National_Gallery_of_Art_window
National_Gallery_of_Art_Pablo_Picasso_painting
National_Gallery_of_Art_Hahn-Cock_blue_rooster
National_Gallery_of_Art_exhibit
Postal_Museum_World_of_Stamps
Stamp_Gallery_Industrial_Revolution
National_Postal_Musuem_Atrium
National_Mall_Washington_Monument_Washington_DC
US_Capitol_DC_close_up

The National Postal Museum is part of the Smithsonian which permits still and video photography for noncommercial use only in its museums and exhibitions, unless otherwise posted, as indicated at https://www.si.edu/visit/security. The National Gallery of Art permits photography for personal use unless otherwise prohibited, as indicated at https://www.nga.gov/visit/visitor-policies.html. All images above from inside the National Postal Museum and the National Gallery of Art are being used for noncommericial and personal purposes. Refer to the disclaimer http://www.toddmccollough.com/policy-disclaimer/ for additional policies of this site.