Late February and early March found me in Washington DC for my annual visit with the North Dakota Senators and our single Congressman. The purpose of the meeting is to let them know what Civil Air Patrol has done for their state in the previous twelve months. After the visits, I stopped with a couple of other CAP members at the Library of Congress. We also found ourselves in front of the U.S. Capitol on a cool and slightly breezy afternoon. An overcast sky didn’t make for impressive images, but as we walked toward the main entrances to the Capitol, I spotted the Washington Monument, visible in the distance from the north side of the Capitol building.
Normally I don’t share but one cellpic, but my colleagues offered to take my photo at the Capitol steps. So, here I am, in my official corporate uniform, a little cold and ready to move someplace indoors.
About the photos: These photos were both captured on my Samsung S7 cell phone. The rule for Cellpic Sunday is simple, the image must be captured on a mobile device. On most browsers, you can click on an image to get a better pixel peep (looksee).