Here's what you won't see in this slideshow: a young woman in a short dress cat-walking on the roof of a stretched Hummer limo; urban dogs frolicking in the intersection's tiny patch of grass; and kids peddling four-dollar boxes of candy. Eventually I will beat the blur. - Tina Tennessen
Residents of two high-end apartment buildings call 8th and D home. Others pass through to eat at nearby restaurants. And tourists stop to splash in the fountains of the U.S. Navy Memorial.
Marco Gongora owns Atlantic Limousine Service. Tonight he's waiting for a wedding party to finish dinner at Cafe Atlantico. His 22-passenger H2Hummer limousine costs $245 an hour.
The display windows of Union Hardware Decoration Center are empty. One person takes advantage of the vacant storefront for the evening. Tonight it will rain.
DC-native John DuVall comes to the Navy Memorial park to listen to the water. He says it's cheaper than visiting "the islands."
Debbie Harrison is in the neighborhood looking for a job. She was told to return to Teaism at 2:30 to talk with the manager.