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Helen Betts | all galleries >> Rediscovering Capitol Hill (Washington, DC) > Building conversions: Carbery School/condo
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Building conversions: Carbery School/condo

Building conversions: Carbery School/condo

An incredibly difficult shot for me, with no light (ever) on the front of the building, trees and cars in the way, etc. I have a nice shot of the side, but I like the name showing so this is it for now.

Sony DSC-H5
1/125s f/5.6 at 6.0mm iso80 full exif

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Pat 08-Aug-2009 11:17
You did not capture our best asset -- our spacious and verdant grounds! Over the past 20 years, many owners and residents have worked diligently and thoughtfully to enliven what began as fairly lifeless green space. We have added six new garden areas, which now are home to ten new trees, hundreds of perennial shrubs and flowering plants, thousands of bulbs and annuals, and at least one nesting pair of Cardinals. And, our puppies love having their very own dog park, right in their back yard! We are one on-going building conversion that contributes a great deal to our community!