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Cherryblossom2011
Washington, DC

This shot is on the far west side of the Tidal Basin and you can see the lone paddle boat in the center of the basin.  The crane that you see to the left of the Washington Monument is working on the Martin Luther King Memorial which will be completed in the near future.

Copyright: Butch Cronin
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