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A100-year old gift to scenic photographers
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Randy Santos sure knows how to photograph cherry blossoms in Washington D. He heads to the Washington Monument before dawn to capture these breathtaking images.

Cherry Blossoms skirt Washington, DC's Tidal Basin, showering the city with cheerful pink goodness.

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Washington, DC - Beautiful city to tour from the historic monuments, cherry blossoms, and extremely aggressive black squirrels.

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When it comes to photogenic states, Virginia is a winner time and again. You won't believe the incredible images that these local photographers captured.

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