Supersized Weekend Flashback: 12/25 – 12/28

Photo courtesy of Sam Ruaat
National Christmas Tree and Chanukah Menorah, courtesy of Sam Ruaat

Welcome back, everyone! Hope your holiday weekend was fantastic and you weren’t sick (like I was). I had a hard time selecting photos from our recent four-day extended weekend, so I’m sure you won’t mind a larger portion of Flashback today.

A quick reminder that there’s only a few days left in our Holiday Photo Contest, which ends Jan 1, 2009 – you know, after the parties and hangovers have passed but before you have to drag yourselves back to work. Please don’t miss out on this, as we’ve got some seriously cool prizes to hand out. Our panel of judges – i.e. all of us bloggers here at WLDC – will start combing through photos on Friday, so make sure you upload yours ASAP.

After the jump, a pleasantly big mix of photos from locals and visitors to our fair area over the last four days.

Photo courtesy of Kevin H.
Hall of Nations, courtesy of Kevin H.

Photo courtesy of Hi I'm Chris...
Just a sad looking bench, courtesy of Hi I’m Chris…

Photo courtesy of Mimi Kat
Washington DC, courtesy of Mimi Kat

Photo courtesy of clydeorama
Nylander Tosses Puck, courtesy of clydeorama

Photo courtesy of Sam Ruaat
Lights at National Botanical Garden, courtesy of Sam Ruaat

Photo courtesy of cliff1066
Braddock’s Rock, courtesy of cliff1066

Photo courtesy of spakattacks
National Museum of Natural History, courtesy of spakattacks

Photo courtesy of Brunch Girl
IMGP1168 , courtesy of Brunch Girl

Photo courtesy of MShades
Union Station, courtesy of MShades

Photo courtesy of DavoPic
Washington National Cathedral, courtesy of DavoPic

Photo courtesy of Brunch Girl
IMGP1140, courtesy of Brunch Girl

Photo courtesy of Carly & Art
Man-eating Butterflies?, courtesy of Carly & Art

Photo courtesy of M.V. Jantzen
Big Lizard, courtesy of M.V. Jantzen

Photo courtesy of Andy Caster
Live Nativity, courtesy of Andy Caster

Photo courtesy of Carlos del Vaca
beware of moose, courtesy of Carlos del Vaca

Having lived in the DC area for ten years, Ben still loves to wander the city with his wife, shooting lots of photos and exploring all the latest exhibits and galleries. A certified hockey fanatic, he spends some time debating the Washington Capitals club with friends – but everyone knows of his three decade love affair with the Pittsburgh Penguins.

A professional writer, gamer, photographer, and Lego enthusiast, Ben remains captivated by DC and doesn’t plan on leaving any time soon.

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