Thank you for publishing my photograph, @ggwash.
As stated, it’s from the Trinidad neighborhood of Washington, DC. As always, I enjoy learning more about my photographs after I take them. Enjoy.
A long-forgotten railway and a brickyard may be behind Trinidad’s diagonal street grid. Thousands of DC students had trouble getting to school due to issues with the “Kids Ride Free” SmarTrip card. Arlington officials are trying to figure out how to pay for WMATA’s proposed service increase.
Source: Breakfast links: Trinidad’s rotated street grid has an interesting history – Greater Greater Washington