Standard Time Is Fine by Me

Today was the first commute after we dialed the clocks back to standard time. With this adjustment I now have a morning commute in daylight (well, mostly anyway) and an evening commute in the dark. This morning I had to deal with dense fog for the first four miles or so.  I was a little worried about visibility but my lights and reflectors probably make me hard to miss. 

Neighborhood Street during Mile 1

I didn’t stop to take a picture of the layers of fog blanketing Georgetown this morning or of the Cathedral which seemed like a ghost in the clouds. 

The evening was fog free. The sun was about to set and I was cruising along the Mount Vernon Trail when I came upon this scene. I’ve lived here for 28 years and I never tire of the views of the city that I get from the trail.  Not a week goes by when I don’t stop to take in the sights at least once.   

Monuments under the Moon

One thought on “Standard Time Is Fine by Me

  1. It's always hard to capture the moon in a photo, John. So I used my imagination, inflated it in my mind, and joined you in this lovely mo(nu)ment.

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