The Watcher

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The relative age of the buildings in this part of DC can generally be determined by how ornate or detailed their stonework is. Even though architects go to great lengths to mimic the style of surrounding structures, rarely do they have the same level of artisanship as their predecessors. I work in one of the older buildings in the area and each window on the first floor is surmounted by a face like this. They alternate, male and female, and they are all slightly different.

I often wonder who they represent.

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Published in: on August 17, 2006 at 3:21 pm  Comments (4)  

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4 CommentsLeave a comment

  1. his eyes look scary to me!

  2. Have you named them?? LOL

  3. Oh, John. You’ve outdone yourself with this one. The photography (composition, light, exposure, focus) is breathtaking.

  4. square

    Dcalongtheway has blogged about washington square.


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