09 Dec 2014

Hill's Eye View:

Hill’s Eye View: A Different Take

  It’s not quite the view I love, but man, the Capitol Dome Restoration Project and it’s miles of scaffolding are impressive. Some numbers about said scaffolding to ponder, courtesy of the Architect of the Capitol: 1.1 million lbs. weight of scaffold 75,000+ pieces of equipment 52 miles of scaffold pipe 2 miles of decking, enough to build a sidewalk 5 […]

14 Oct 2014


Hill’s Eye View: Blood Moon

Halloween is inching a bit closer each day, marked by bats and spiderwebs hanging from porches and skeletons hanging from trees. The Blood Moon last week certainly cast a foreboding light over the Capitol, or perhaps that was the looming elections? Thanks to Caroline Angelo for the great shot! Join our Flickr group and add […]

24 Sep 2014

Hill's Eye View: 'Never Know What You'll Find

As we switch out our summer togs for the warm clothes of fall and winter one tends to get the itch to toss a few things and free up a little space. In these houses, a little space is all there is and it goes a long way. The detritus that hits the sidewalks is an […]

09 Sep 2014

Hill's Eye View: Don't Go Too Far Now!

It’s so nice when neighbors just move down the street, isn’t it? Thanks to photographer Mike Licht for letting us know and helping Brice’s Barbershop with some viral marketing. And, a special thanks for being a great THIH Flickr group member! We encourage all of our readers to join-in and share their photos with the group. Maybe some […]

27 Aug 2014

Hill's Eye View: Join Her in the Pool

There’s a new girl in town at Eastern Market. Look what’s turned up on the exterior of Rumsey Aquatic Center: Aniekan Udofia, called one of D.C.’s best-known muralists, painted this beauty. We have MuralsDC, the DC’s Department of Public Works, the DC Commission on the Arts and the Humanities and Words Beats & Life Inc to […]