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Independence Ave, SW by Andrew Bossi.

Ben’s Chili Bowl Photographer by Mike Lurie

L’Enfant Plaza metro station by Andrew Bossi.

Purple Skies over the Capitol by Navin Sarma. You can find him on Facebook or visit his site for more shots of DC.

The memorial service marking 100 years since the Titanic disaster, held at the Titanic Memorial in Washington, DC. Fire boats provided a fountain display. Photo by Andrew Bossi.

September is halfway through and fall is here, so we took a few minutes to go through our amazing FamousDC Flickr Group. As always the photos in this group amaze us and remind us of how diverse and unique DC really is. Go check it out, and feel free to submit …

Photo taken by Noe Todorvich via the FamousDC Flickr Group. Visit her website for more beautiful photography and follow her on Twitter.

August is almost over, so we took a few minutes to go through our newly founded FamousDC Flickr Group and pull just a few of them amazing photos submitted this month. Go check it out, and feel free to submit your own images of DC. Thanks to all the photographers for sharing their beautiful work with us. Patrick WithersBrandon KoppMarc TomikTim R.Rob HohmannEmily ReidJason Vines, and Andrew Bossi are featured below.

A Posse of Geese found at 16 Chestnut Street, Gaithersburg, MD. Photo by Chris Suspect via the FamousDC Flickr Group

Patrick Onofre is a freelance photographer that lives and works in the Washington, DC area. Onofre also works with the United States Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Regiment to tell the stories of wounded marines and in his spare time runs a photo blog and podcast that highlights the photography community here in DC. For more of his work, check out his site and follow him on twitter.

Monday’s Screen on the Green featured Hitchcock’s Psycho where the crowd assembled on the lawn clapped when Norman Bates was tackled to the ground at the end of the film. Patrick G. Ryan of SnarkInfested was there to capture the last viewing of the summer.