Thanks for publishing my photograph, @ggwash.
I actually didn’t recognize it as mine initially, because the perspective of the now-bustling 14th Street NW is not one I am used to. And then I realized I took it during my service as a member of the producer team of @TransPrideDC. It’s a perfect metaphor to all of the wonderful things that working with innovators in out of the way places brings.
People always ask me what I’m rushing to get back to in Washington, DC. It’s usually not one thing – just the enjoyment of living in the future 😀✌️#AsDCGoesSoGoesTheNation #TransVisibility #LGBTQ #EqualityEqualsHealth #KPPride @TransPrideDC @CapitalPrideDC ❤️ DC 🏳️🌈🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/skP6BeJHmG
Here’s a better shot of the facade of one of the buildings in the photo. Isn’t Washington, DC beautiful?
There’s a meeting about making 14th Street more friendly for people walking and biking, a CSG and JUMP bike happy hour, and a talk about creative placemaking in DC this week.