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Pick of the day: For and about Washington

Good paper today, especially for August. Classic Washington Post: We've got the Senate confirming a Supreme Court Justice; tensions with the Karzai government and a lobbyist charged with making shady campaign contributions.

And yet the story that really caught my attention was the one about the photos. You know: the iconic shots of the Washington Monument and the Capitol and the Jefferson Memorial that adorn so many office walls. Turns out they're all shot by the same guy--the "king of patriotic office art," as Monica Hesse explains in a great piece this morning that wins the day.

By Christian Davenport  | August 6, 2010; 7:54 AM ET
Categories:  Story Picks  | Tags:  For and about washington; monica hesse; washington post  
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