On the cold November morning, the warmer water temperature and colder air temperature combined to form a mist on the pond in Constitution Gardens. the stillness of the morning mirrors the Washington Monument.
The land where Constitution Gardens is now located used to be covered with temporary buildings build during World War II called the "Navy Annex," which were some of the ugliest government office building imaginable and which were not torn down until the 1970's. The park and gardens is a big improvement, wouldn't you agree?
Travel photos of Murano, Italy are at Viva la Voyage!