Life, liberty,
and the pursuit of fuck yeah.
-Thomas Jefferson, June 1776

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January 20th
04:00
incorporeus:

Thomas Jefferson Memorial

incorporeus:

Thomas Jefferson Memorial

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October 8th
03:54
fatblackcat:

Pictures of the Jefferson memorial in Washington DC.
The first shot is of the ceiling, and a little bit of Jefferson’s head. I tried to get one of the entire statue, but it always came out blurry. D:
The second one is walking up to the building from around the tidewater basin, coming from the FDR memorial. It was around sunset, so everything looked really pretty.

fatblackcat:

Pictures of the Jefferson memorial in Washington DC.

The first shot is of the ceiling, and a little bit of Jefferson’s head. I tried to get one of the entire statue, but it always came out blurry. D:

The second one is walking up to the building from around the tidewater basin, coming from the FDR memorial. It was around sunset, so everything looked really pretty.

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September 19th
03:55

cockycat:

Film, Cherry Blossoms in DC.

(Cannot wait to go back there for Sakura Matsuri!)

September 14th
03:53
greenintegration:

“The care of human life and happiness, and not their destruction, is the first and only object of good government.” 
- Thomas Jefferson

greenintegration:

“The care of human life and happiness, and not their destruction, is the first and only object of good government.”

- Thomas Jefferson

August 29th
03:50
alls-well-with-the-world:

Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Photo by Mike S.

alls-well-with-the-world:

Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Photo by Mike S.

June 29th
03:58
bluebirdlocket:

Washington, DC - Thomas Jefferson Memorial

One of my favorite places in the world.

bluebirdlocket:

Washington, DC - Thomas Jefferson Memorial

One of my favorite places in the world.

June 15th
04:00
adamforcitizen:

Thomas Jefferson’s library.  Library of Congress, Washington D.C.

There was a great documentary about LoC-Jefferson building where some woman came requesting a rare book. When the man brought it to her she asked what the ribbons in this room meant, since she’d have to handle the book here. He told her that particular ribbon meant it had been a copy owned personally by Jefferson.
The woman then freaked out and announced she wasn’t worthy of the book, so the guy working there had to calm her down that it was ok, really. Jefferson would have wanted her to touch the books.

adamforcitizen:

Thomas Jefferson’s library.  Library of Congress, Washington D.C.

There was a great documentary about LoC-Jefferson building where some woman came requesting a rare book. When the man brought it to her she asked what the ribbons in this room meant, since she’d have to handle the book here. He told her that particular ribbon meant it had been a copy owned personally by Jefferson.

The woman then freaked out and announced she wasn’t worthy of the book, so the guy working there had to calm her down that it was ok, really. Jefferson would have wanted her to touch the books.

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May 26th
03:51
fuckyeahroadtrippostcards:

“Statue of Thomas Jefferson - The statue of Thomas Jefferson depicts him addressing the Continental Congress. The statue, 19 feet in height, by Rudolph Evans, stands in the center of the Memorial Room upon a pedestal of black Minnesota granite.”

fuckyeahroadtrippostcards:

“Statue of Thomas Jefferson - The statue of Thomas Jefferson depicts him addressing the Continental Congress. The statue, 19 feet in height, by Rudolph Evans, stands in the center of the Memorial Room upon a pedestal of black Minnesota granite.”

April 19th
04:01

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March 8th
04:00
amysalasky:

Jefferson Memorial

amysalasky:

Jefferson Memorial

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