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 Iâ€™m rushing to get back to in Washington, DC. Itâ€™s usually not one thing – just the enjoyment of living in the future ðŸ˜€âœŒï¸#AsDCGoesSoGoesTheNation #TransVisibility #LGBTQ #EqualityEqualsHealth #KPPride @TransPrideDC @CapitalPrideDC â¤ï¸ DC ðŸ³ï¸â€ðŸŒˆðŸ‡ºðŸ‡¸ 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 14thÂ Street more friendlyÂ for people walking and biking, a CSG and JUMP bike happy hour, and a talk about creative placemakingÂ in DC this week.