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Speechless Sunday: The National Cathedral At Noon

The sky was blue, the temperature was warm enough to put the top down on Dick's car.  We were coming home from a food shop excursion in Georgetown, and when we turned from Wisconsin Avenue onto Garfield Street, we were treated not only to a spectacular view of the National Cathedral.  But it was the Sunday afternoon carillon concert

Sorry I couldn't capture the beatiful bells.  This place is sort of magic every time I go past it. 

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Comment balloon 10 commentsPatricia Kennedy • February 27 2011 06:17PM
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