#DingoLove in D.C.
Random Act of Free Art Kindness: Iwo Jima Memorial
Random Act of Free Art Kindness: Newseum
Random Act of Free Art Kindness: Lincoln Memorial
The Dingo left the sunny (but often rainy) skies of Jacksonville, FL and went on an adventure in our nation’s capitol. Check out some of the random acts of free art kindness (above) that were shared along the way with some pics of other great sites & scenes experienced (below) as The Dingo Walked in Love in Washington, D.C.
On our way to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier… — at Arlington National Cemetery.
An amazing sculpture garden celebrating old skool typewriter tools… — at Sculpture Garden at the National Museum of Art.
Washington Monument in the distance…Monument.
Ate the best dinner of our lives at the Northwest Coast section of the Mitsitam Cafe at the National Native American Museum: Cedar Planked Wild Salmon & Horseradish Relish Grilled Bison Loin with a side of Fiddle Head Fern, Hominy Salad, Aged Sherry Vinaigrette, Caramelized Pearl Onions & Wild Rice. — at Mitsitam Cafe at the National Museum of the American Indian.
So much stunning public art: Korean War Veterans Memorial
A true beacon of love: Martin Luther King Memorial
Breathtaking art at the FDR Memorial… — at Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial.
The Library of Congress: where The Dingo Walks in Love’s copyright is currently pending…
While at the National Law Enforcement Memorial, we paid our respects…and met a squirrel.
First day in DC: The Capitol Building…