June 1st, 2016
10 DC Instagram Accounts to FollowOthers
For some insight into the pulse of Washington’s food, buildings, fitness, people, and politics, check out these 10 Instagram accounts: Meetings in DC often take place over a meal, so for some fool proof picks from Thrillist’s “Top DC Foodie,” check out the Hungry Lobbyist Instagram. Albert Ting’s portraits exude realness and help you get to know the residents of DC. His photos are edgy, thoughtful, and creative. If buildings and columns, and a daily history lesson are your thing, this thread will bring you right to the heart of the city’s infrastructure. Holly Garner’s diverse photos are captivating. From nature scenes to street art, Garner is able to photograph unique corners of DC and share them with the more than 77,000 followers. Holly is also the founder of IGDC—a community designed for DC photographers to meet and collaborate. One of the things most folks in DC want is access. Official White House Photographer Pete Souza has it, as do his Instagram followers. For photos of meetings between countries, President Obama playing with babies, and pictures of the first family (we see you Bo!), check out this account. Fellow history lovers, the US National Archives Instagram feed caters to us. From old campaign ad posters to important letters, the US National Archives staff turns up all kinds of secret treasures hidden in its archives.
"We stayed at the Capitol Hill Hotel for 3 nights and LOVED our stay there! Staff was very accommodating, pleasant, and considerate!