These photos are in Washington DC. The photo above is the same building from a previous post, which is across the street from the American History Museum and all my photos were taken nearby.
In 1967 José de Rivera completed this stainless-steel sculpture which he called "Infinity". It rests atop a tall black granite pedestal in front of the museum, and rotates every six minutes. "Infinity" is 16 feet long, 13.5 feet high and eight feet wide and to look up at it with that beautiful blue sky above and with the sun reflecting off its surface, it is a truly magnificent sight.