Sitting at the edge of the crosswalk in DC’s Chinatown while cars whizzed past was a fantastic moment of my night. After waiting for about 10 minutes I finally got this shot perfect with lights flying out of Chinatown’s arch.
If you ever head out at night in the cold I highly recommend picking up a balaclava. It may be obvious advice but things like this to keep me warm helped me stay out way longer than intended.
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