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The Photo Feature was launched on the main page on March 12, 2005 as part of a main page redesign, replacing the quote article.  Images run on the main page with a description as well as the date that they were photographed.  They are run at 350×467 resolution at that location if vertical, and at 600×450 if horizontal.

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The sun rises over the Atlantic Ocean at Virginia Beach.

Featured: July 2, 2005

Photographed: August 12, 2004

Notes: More photos like this can be found in the Atlantic Sunrise Photography set.


St. Augustine Roman Catholic Church at 15th and V Streets NW in Washington DC.

Featured: June 26, 2005

Photographed: May 11, 2005

Notes: For more information about this church, visit saintaugustine-dc.org.


The Immaculate Conception Church at 8th and N Streets NW in Washington DC.

Featured: June 24, 2005

Photographed: April 16, 2005

Notes: For more photos from this day, visit my A16 photo set.


Burruss Hall, one of Virginia Tech's signature buildings, as seen from the Drillfield.

Featured: June 19, 2005

Photographed: February 16, 2005


Trackside sign at Franconia-Springfield station in Fairfax County, Virginia.

Featured: June 15, 2005

Photographed: January 4, 2005


Clouds, buildings, and trees are reflected off of the north façade of the World Bank building in Washington DC.

Featured: June 13, 2005

Photographed: June 8, 2005

Notes: I realize this is the headquarters of the organization that we demonstrated against on A16, but architecturally, I like the building. It's a weird combination, with my disapproving of the organization within the building, and seeing the building as a bit of a symbol of that, but at the same time loving the architecture of the building. Okay, I admit it - I'm weird.


A man and a woman read while riding a Red Line train in Washington DC.

Featured: June 9, 2005

Photographed: June 8, 2005

Notes: The station in the background of this photo is Farragut North. Additionally, the rail car shown is Breda 3167.


Cupola atop the Bedford County Court House in Bedford, Virginia.

Featured: June 5, 2005

Photographed: April 17, 2005


Fountain in the middle of the James River, at Lynchburg.

Featured: June 1, 2005

Photographed: April 7, 2005


Route 29 reassurance marker on Rhode Island Avenue NW in Washington DC's Shaw neighborhood.

Featured: May 30, 2005

Photographed: March 16, 2005


Washington National Airport control tower at night as seen from nearby Crystal City.

Featured: May 26, 2005

Photographed: January 3, 2004


Fog envelops the Blue Ridge Parkway near Waynesboro.

Featured: May 22, 2005

Photographed: August 31, 2003


A woman prepares to take a photo from the roof of the Women's Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery.

Featured: May 17, 2005

Photographed: October 2, 2004

Notes: This photo was taken with the Day of Activism Photography set.


Tree trunk at Malcolm X Park in Northwest Washington DC.

Featured: May 15, 2005

Photographed: May 11, 2005


Public fishing pier at Virginia Beach.

Featured: May 6, 2005

Photographed: August 11, 2004

Notes: More photos like this one can be found in the Virginia Beach Vacation photo set in Life and Times.


Traffic on westbound Interstate 66 in Fairfax County near the end of the morning rush hour.

Featured: May 1, 2005

Photographed: April 27, 2005

Notes: This photo was taken from the north pedestrian bridge leading to the Vienna Metro station.


Historical marker commemorating the devastation caused by Hurricane Camille when it passed through Nelson County, Virginia in 1969.

Featured: April 24, 2005

Photographed: December 3, 2004


Right hand of J. Seward Johnson's The Awakening in East Potomac Park in Washington DC.

Featured: April 20, 2005

Photographed: March 8, 2003

Notes: This image is part of The Awakening Photography set.


A Washington DC Metro train waits for passengers at the Rosslyn station.

Featured: April 17, 2005

Photographed: February 8, 2003


A masked woman displays a pro-choice message at a counter-inaugural rally at Malcolm X Park in Washington DC.

Featured: April 15, 2005

Photographed: January 20, 2005

Notes: This image is from the Counter-Inaugural photo set in Life and Times.


A Metro train enters the Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan station on the wrong track.

Featured: April 13, 2005

Photographed: November 4, 2004

Notes: This is a train of Breda rehabs. The train is entering on the wrong track due to single-tracking caused by the November 3, 2004 accident on the outbound track.


A bird flies over the Potomac River at Alexandria while another bird stands on a nearby pole.

Featured: April 11, 2005

Photographed: March 8, 2003

Notes: This image is from the Alexandria Waterfront Photography set.


1801 North Lynn Street in Arlington, Virginia as seen from street level.

Featured: April 5, 2005

Photographed: April 12, 2003


Prices for gasoline at the Chevron station at the corner of Fort Myer Drive and 19th Street in Arlington, Virginia.

Featured: April 2, 2005

Photographed: March 30, 2005

Notes: This location is the gas station located underneath the church in Rosslyn.


The Roanoke Star, as seen from a nearby path.

Featured: March 26, 2005

Photographed: December 2, 2004


The Schumin Web celebrates nine years on the Internet on March 23, 2005.

Featured: March 23, 2005

Photographed: March 23, 2005

Notes: The background image is a close-up of Largo Beacon by Ray King, displayed outside the Largo Town Center Metro station.


Passenger information screen at the Pentagon City Metro station in Arlington, Virginia.

Featured: March 17, 2005

Photographed: March 16, 2005


The Washington Monument, with the World War II Memorial at its base.

Featured: March 12, 2005

Photographed: October 17, 2004

Notes: This photo was also used on a prototype of a new Main Page design that appeared on March 11, 2005. The date of March 12, 2005 reflects the official launch date for the Photo Feature with the redesign of the Main Page.