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Kevin Wolf did it again: he took the non-memorable and ordinary in the DC are (in this case the Dulles Airport shuttle) and made it look magical in his photo. Bravo.

This adorable shot, snapped by Richard Barnhill and submitted to the FamousDC photo pool, captures so many time-sensitive happenings at once: the U.S. Capitol’s scaffolding, the frozen reflecting pool, and of course the moment between the man and the woman here itself. It’s a beautiful bit of cheer in gloomy midwinter.

A relative newcomer to the FamousDC Flickr Photo Pool, Z. Lewkowicz has been knocking it out of the park with a bevy of well-treated, well-framed shots.  His photo, taken at DC Yards Park after a rainy day is stunning.

A pretty, perfectly framed, wintery scene at the sculpture garden ice rink. Kudos, Sonderman on this beautiful photo. Via FamousDC Flickr pool.

Communications extraordinaire and talented photographer Charlotte Sellmyer submitted a batch of moving, Veterans Day-inspired photos this week, which we think is a beautiful salute to our veterans. Enjoy below.

Antwain Jackson submitted this photo using the FamousDC Flickr pool. He brings an unusual perspective to the oft-photographed US Capitol building.

Photographer Navin Sarma submitted this photo of gorgeous evening light on the Capitol, saying almost in a whisper (if emails could communicate whispers), “Fall is coming.”

The photographer formerly known as Lorie Shaull a.k.a. Number7Cloud is famous around DC for her whimsical Little Heart Man photos, but recently she took a trip to Nationals Park and ended up with this interesting perspective.

Richard Barnhill delivered this amazing shot of a plane flying into DCA over the Lincoln Memorial. Check out more of his work here, or the rest of the FamousDC Photo Pool here.

D.C.-area photographers added their 4th of July photos to the FamousDC Flickr Pool. Here are our featured favorites from the group. Relive America’s birthday and check em out.

Posted to our FamousDC flickr group, Corey Clarke‘s photo of the golden glow over D.C. last night between and during heavy rains makes the District look like something out of a movie.

DC is a confusing city sometimes, especially if you’re driving. We could imagine all these on the same street corner. Jim Havard captured this striking photo of an interesting group of signs in a tunnel.

Grace Ma captured this incredible view of a stormcloud-surrounded U.S. Capitol building. Make what metaphors you wish about stormclouds over the Capitol, this is an awesome photo.

A FamousDC favorite photographer, Kevin Wolf is a photographer by night (and dawn, and weekend). Check out his artfully composed portrait of a man near the Washington Monument.

Jim Billimoria is a photographer and Communications Director for the House T&I Committee. (Can he get more talented? Seriously.) He took this photo of the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool at sunrise over the weekend and captured this mesmerizing symmetry.