After I trekked down to Pennsylvania Avenue and took a few shots on the street and of the Capitol, I headed back towards the Chinatown Metro Station. There was a museum near there that I wanted to tour before the day was over: The International Spy Museum. It was a fun little place; parts of it were a bit cheesy and it was expensive to get in, but there was a lot of history in there too. For someone who has always loved to learn about the intrigue and mystery of the espionage world, it was a great time. My favorite part was actually the gift shop which had a huge library of interesting books (I had to buy a couple). Getting to see a lot of the old tools of the trade was pretty awesome too. Check out the mini cameras they had even in the 1930s!
- Fuji X100S
- VSCO Film 04 – Fuji Velvia 100F