Out and About … Privacy and Romance – A Photo Essay

Out and About … Privacy and Romance – A Photo Essay

by Elizabeth Eby

What could be more romantic than a sultry evening of poetry on the front porch?   Unfortunately, noisy traffic and a lack of privacy made any sense of intimacy on this one challenging.  It’s located at a busy intersection within in feet of a stop-light and open to the casual stares of drive-by eyes.  The wide louvers of the plantation shutters provide relief and help ameliorate the problems.   
Across the street and down a block it’s a bit quieter and a poet has put up a 2 inch by 2 inch fingerpost to his work – one of many in Hill East and across the city.  For more on the poet, go here:  https://wapo.st/3ikMANC  and here:  https://theclick.news/the-poet-posting-stickers-all-over-washington-dc/

Out and About is an occasional photo feature by artist, photographer, and Capitol Hill resident Elizabeth Eby.  She finds vignettes while out and about on Capitol Hill.

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