A Capitol Second
Yesterday afternoon, staffers from Representative Anna Eshoo's (D-CA-14) office led us on a tour of the Capitol:
Anecdote: Anna Eshoo's office is in the same corridor as Ron Paul's, and his office door was open when we walked by. The receptionist had a big wooden sign on her desk, facing out, that said "PRAY."
You may have noticed many of my photos are a bit blurry. I've gotten in the habit of turning off our camera's flash, since most museums don't allow flash photography, and now I kind of like getting the natural colors of things instead of blasting them with artificial light. To make a bad analogy, it's like preferring letterboxed movies over pan-and-scan ("full frame")--I'd rather have information than detail. I know our goofy Sony DSC-P93A doesn't have the greatest color reproduction in the world, but it's more accurate than not. Plus there's that "I'm feeling lucky" button in Picasa.