[Visual Stimuli.] Washington D.C.

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Copyright 1998-2016, G. Edward Johnson

The front of the White House. You can no longer walk right up to the fence like these people were, you now have to stay on the opposite side of the street.

The U.S. Capitol building. You can see a school group getting its picture taken on the far side of the refecting pool.

The dome of the U.S. Capitol building.

Looking down the mall. Taken from the steps of the Capitol building, looking toward the Washington Monument in the distance.

The Smithsonian Castle. This was the first Smithsonian building, now it is just the visitor center and offices.

The Jefferson Memorial at dusk. Taken on the Fourth of July, before the fireworks started. Hundreds of people are sitting on the steps at the base.

World War II Memorial. Between the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument.

The Washington Monument and Capitol Dome. This was taken from the the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. You can also see the WWII memorial and part of the reflecting pool.

The Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument. This was taken from the George Washington Parkway in Virginia, looking across the Potomac River.

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