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Springtime in Washington

Spring is the most anticipated season in Washington. March flower blossoms awaken our Nation's capital with bright color. The coming of the golden daffodils and forsythia urge Washingtonians to celebrate, as did Vivaldi in his Concerto in E ('Spring' in The Four Seasons) and Beethoven in his rather blustery Spring Concerto. The Biblical Song of Songs pays tribute to this glorious time of year. "See, the winter is past, flowers appear upon the earth and the season of singing birds returns."

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Violets blooming in the George Mason Memorial Garden. George Mason is called the "Father of the Bill of Rights".

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A flock of geese head north. *

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Wisteria

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Baby blue wild flower in Rock Creek Park.

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White wild flower found in Rock Creek Park. *

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Early tree flower buds

Early Spring tree flower buds

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Tangles of trees

Each spring Washington DC has over 3,000 cherry blossom trees that bloom and make our Nation's Capitol a magnificent array of pink and white cherry blossoms around the Tidal Basin.

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Cherry tree in repose with the Washington Monument.

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The Sakura cherry blossom or Japanese cherry blossoms trees in Washington, DC were given by Japan in 1912 as a gift to celebrate the two nations growing friendship. These beautiful trees bloom every spring and make Washington, DC a major ...

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Springtime in Washington

The Japanese cherry blossoms in DC are celebrated with the annual National Cherry Blossom Festival otherwise known as the Cherry Blossom Sakura Festival. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the cherry blossoms.

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Trees are everywhere in West Potomac Park

Cherry Blossoms in full bloom around the Washington Monument. For more images featuring the Cherry Blossoms and the Washington Monument please visit. Cherry Blossom...

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Kwanzan color

This Kwanzan Cherry Tree blossom is located yards away from the Washington Monument. The Kwanzan tree is the second most popular cherry blossom trees planted in our Nation’s Capitol behind the Yoshino tree.

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Statue on horseback

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Arlington Memorial Bridge

A rowing team prepares to row under Memorial Bridge which connects Washington DC to Arlington VA over the Potomac River.

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The Ericsson Memorial

This memorial is a tribute to John Ericsson, standing next to the Lincoln Memorial is one of 28 sculptures in Potomac Park and was created by James Earle Fraser around 1926.

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Tulips bursting around the Monument

With the Washington Monument in site, yellow tulips mark the beginning of spring in Washington DC. Tulips are incredibly popular in the Nation's Capital with tens-of-thousands planted each year.

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