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FAMOUS FORECAST It’s raining, it’s pouring and we wish we were snoring. It’s back to work for a lot of us so whether you’re driving, taking the metro, or especially walking, grab your umbrella because like us, Mother Nature is mourning the end of the holiday break. WHAT YOU NEED TO …

Navin Sarma captures this incredible shot as the late winter’s “snow moon” rises over the Memorial Bridge, Washington Monument, and Lincoln Memorial. See more of Navin’s photography here.

Some Canadian guy hanging with Ben Droz near the Lincoln Memorial.

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.

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.

Mike Lurie made a series of subtle cinemagraphs of familiar sights around Washington, DC. The slight movements and occasional person-free point of view is both haunting and calming. You’ll have to hone your Where’s Waldo skills to find what’s moving in at least one of these. Take a deep breath, …

Kevin Wolf does it again with a uniquely framed photo for a real home run of a shot.

Considering today is SOTU, we thought this was appropriate. Charlotte Sellmyer works as a Cap Hill flack by day and photographer by night. She frequently shoots events, portraits and sites around the district. Followlike or visit Charlotte’s blog to see more great photographs.

New to DC this Summer? Recently, FamousDC was asked “What is one thing I should do this summer?” by a DC newcomer. We decided to open it up and ask some true Washingtonians for their recommendations. We couldn’t come up with just one thing as there’s nothing quite like a …

We’re a big fan of this.  The crowd reaction is priceless. President Barack Obama greets surprised tourists at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., Saturday, April 9, 2011. The President made an unannounced stop to thank people for visiting the memorial a day after he and Congressional leaders agreed on …

Built in honor of our nation’s 16th president, the Lincoln Memorial is visited by 3.6 million people every year. For more check out her blog or follow her on twitter: @abpanphoto

Here are a few pictures of Chad Ocho Cinco’s night on the town. It looks like #85 stopped by the White House, the Lincoln Memorial and hung out with Edward Cullen.