First up is the elephant in the Rotunda of the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History. This is an African elephant that stands in the middle of the foyer, greeting all the museum visitors when they first step in. It's pretty amazing and imposing, and it's the setting for a major scene in Deadly Contact :).
|Isn't he pretty?|
Next, let's take a look at the Ellipse, that large patch of green in front of the White House. This is the location of the National Christmas tree (along with several other events), and there are monuments along the street. One year when I was living here, the AIDS quilt came to the city, and several of the panels were spread out on the grounds of the Ellipse.
|An aerial view of the Ellipse|
Can you think of any other 'E' sites that I overlooked?