A Cinemagraph Tour of Washington DC

Posted @ Jun 07 2016

Northwest DC encompasses some of the most well known sites Washington DC has to offer. From the National Mall and White House to amazing restaurants, this area has no shortage of things to do and see. Nearly everything is in walking distance or easily accessible by Metro, making it easy to visit all of the sites.

This series of DC cinemagraphs highlights some of our favorite spots in the area and showcases the best of the DC region.

An American Flag Waving in the Breeze at the Korean War Memorial

Reflections on the Korean War Memorial


The Afternoon Sun Warming the Bread Furst Patio

Bread Furst Bakery


A Dedicated Jogger in Rock Creek Park

Jogger on Soapstone Trail


Coral Tulips Dancing in the Breeze

Spring Tulips


Leaves Rustling in the Trees Framing the National Cathedral

The National Cathedral


Indoor Wall Art On the Georgetown Waterfront

Swedish Embassy Wall Art


A Mesmerizing Waterfall on the Canal

Waterfall at The Canal


A Boat Departs from the Waterfront

The Georgetown Waterfront


A Strong Wind on a Sunny Afternoon at The Lincoln Memorial

The Lincoln Memorial