Back in DC on Sunday: The white granite portico of Union Station, just a few blocks from the Capital. Opened in 1907, it is one of the most well-known landmarks of DC and also one of the busiest--over 20 million people a year pass through the Station.
The Jefferson Memorial, from the Tidal Basin on a snowy morning (Taken 1 March 2014.)
About this blog:
"Filatore" was originally created as a way to track the adventures of an Italian deployment back in 2006 (Filatore=Spinner in Italian). Since then, it's morphed a few times, and after a period of relative dormancy, will document our urban existence over the next year.