March 21st, 2019
There is no other building in Washington D.C. that I have photographed more than the East Building of the National Gallery of Arts. I think it might have something to do with the modern, clean lines versus the more ornate architecture of other historic D.C. buildings. Modern architecture seem more compositionally useful for some reason. At the East Building, compositions can vary depending on the time of day thanks to the skylights. That and the art makes it worth repeat visits.