Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Rachel: What People Should Know about Southwest Waterfront

I want people to know that the Southwest Waterfront is one of the most neighborly and welcoming areas in Washington, D.C.  Not only is it filled with beautiful settings, but it also has a hidden allurement found in the people living there.  Every resident I've talked to clearly believes that the waterfront is the most charming area in the District, because it offers something for everyone.  Like Seafood? Run down to the fish market for a very unique but entertaining lunch or dinner.  Like boating?  Get your permit and rent out a boat with some buddies.  Southwest also offers many recreation centers for children and teens, as well as the pride and support given by all of the gracious people living in Southwest.  Southwest has a story of its own and I'm thankful for being able to witness it. 

Here are some photos Rachel has taken in Southwest Waterfront-


  1. Nice description of SW Waterfront. I think the neighborhood should hire you to do their advertising!!

    The lighting in your photos (while each differnt) is very good. I like the way it shines through the trees in the first image. I really like the contrast between the sky and the statue in the last image. Keep up the good work!!

  2. What a thoughtful post, thanks Rachel!

  3. Thanks guys!

  4. Joshua L. CampbellJuly 27, 2010 at 12:39 PM

    What a great way to summarize SW.Great Job!