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Cheryl DePace writes:
October 24, 2012 11:53 AM
The Lord guided me to a beautiful hotel in Washington DC where I work- to do a photography project with my friend. No one minded guiding us to an area where they hold banquets. The room was empty of course and it was so quiet, you could hear a pin drop. The ambience was plush. We took photos using a black Baby Grand piano and different angles using a spiral staircase. We were testing the lighting in situations where there is a need for flash but the room has a lot of black decor. I have, since then, sat in a few pleasant hotel lobbies. Some have fire places, soft elevator music. If anyone came by, they were very pleasant wait staff or a fellow studier!! The unoccupied areas attract people like students. So, you can get permission. Have a cup of coffee, dessert. I think I can safely say it must be a very nice hotel with dining available and possible a bar. How is that for an interesting AHA!!! I was looking through my photos and I saw the ones that we took at one of a few hotels. And I just realized this. So, barring that the hotel does not allow a person to hang around- please tell me any negatives I might consider. This is a fresh idea for studying. :-)
 


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