The fellows headed into Washington, D.C. for a day of sightseeing, discussion, and study at the numerous museums that Washington has to offer. The group walked in together and then formed groups depending on their interests. Rex has already set his sites on other locations. Great day filled with lots of art, cultural exchange and interesting conversations.
Fellows Zina, Julia, Grant and Adrien pose for the quintessential Washington, D.C. photo in front of The White House.
Fellows pause to decide what exhibits to see outside the National Gallery. Rare shot of Photojournalist, Winifred Helton-Harmon.
Adrien becomes art outside of the National Gallery.
Zina, Grant and Winnie sought out the beautiful Leonardo painting on exhibit in the National Gallery. Zina and Grant make plans for the next stop.
Adrien spotted walking the hallowed halls of the National Gallery.
Grant and Zina head into to the National Museum of the American Indian
Zina and Grant discuss artifact display – and wooden spoons of course – in the National Museum of the American Indian.
Native American objects display.
On our way back to join the others, Australian fellow Grant points out to Zina and I that the tiny Lantana plant in front of them grows wildly into tall hedges all over Australia.
Rejoining the others on one of the great lawns.