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We had a rare change in weather (for the better) where the temperature rose to the 70’s degrees Fahrenheit. To take advantage of this, Amy and I decided to go out on a day date in the city during the Cherry Blossom bloom by the Tidal Basin.

Photos were taken with the Leica M9

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Switching perspectives now with photos taken by Amy

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It was quite hazy outside, but just enough light for some amazing photos

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Amy’s sweet shoes

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Amy had an infatuation with this dog

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As the sun was setting, it was about that time to grab dinner and our friend Katie recommended a Filipino Restaurant in Columbia Heights called the “Purple Patch“.

I have to admit that I was very impressed with the food there, especially their desserts which Amy and I had devoured like fat asses after our entrees.

The small restaurant is located in the lower levels of the of another restaurant, which gives it a cozy atmosphere.

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Despite the M9 having very poor low light shooting capability, the dynamic range allowed me to recover some exposure. 

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The bar inside “Purple Patch”

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The bar had a very tasty selection of beer

More photos by Amy

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After dinner, we took the Metro back home and ended the long day.

Thanks for reading.

Flickr: Tae

Flickr: Amy

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