This photo highlights the heart of the Adams Morgan neighborhood on Washington D.C. Many years ago this used to be my stomping grounds as it were, but sadly today this area has become something of an ultra trendy locale for tourists and college kids. Nothing wrong with that mind you, but back in the day it was more of a haunt for the locals. The thing that makes this place so unique is the fact that people from all over the world call this place home. I find it nice that these folks find their spot among the souvenir shops and college bars to sell their wares. Where else can you get a Tibetan massage, shop at a Moroccan bazaar, eat a slice of pizza, get a Dominican haircut (whatever that is) and hit the pharmacy all in the same block?
Canon 5D markII, EF 50 1.2 L, ISO 320, 1/320 @ f/8