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Friday Fotos: The Buffalo at the Gate

This guy lives on one corner of the aptly named Buffalo Bridge that spans Beach Drive through Rock Creek Park and connects Georgetown to Dupont Circle.  He is awfully realistic, as are his buddies on the other corners of the bridge.  One of my favorite condo buildings, located at 2500 Q Street NW, has many apartments overlooking this bridge.  I think it's a great view.

 

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Comment balloon 17 commentsPatricia Kennedy • July 30 2011 12:14AM
Friday Fotos: The Buffalo at the Gate
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