Photography in Glover Park


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  • The Dandelion Patch
    Since 1994, stationery visionary Heidi Kallett has helmed The Dandelion Patch, stocking its shelves with writing-related goods and thoughtful gifts. The shop, which has been named Best Stationer by Northern Virginia Magazine and Best of the Best by the Washingtonian, helps shoppers to tote belongings to and fro with paisley Vera Bradley bags and improve the aroma of homes with delicate candles. Heidi and her staff can engrave or monogram stationery and invitations that celebrate the birth of a baby or the ability to memorize addresses. The Dandelion Patch’s events include writing workshops—which teach young writers to master the art of the thank-you note—children’s etiquette classes, and wedding-etiquette teas.
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    1663 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest
    Washington, DC US
  • Maggie Winters Photography
    Hi, I'm Maggie, and along with my team I provide beautiful photography for less! All of our photographers are experienced professionals with a photojournalistic style, and a touch of art thrown in! I personally do 90% of the photography, but my team is on hand whenever I need them.
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    3400 Volta Place Northwest
    Washington, DC US
  • Just Paper and Tea
    Nestled between bay windows with verdigris awnings, Just Paper & Tea’s bright-red door serves as a cheery invitation to enter the store. Behind the cardinal-hued portal, happy sighs cut through the rustle of paper as patrons riffle through the shop’s hand-picked assortment of stationery accented with custom designs and elegant lettering. Perched at their workstations, calligraphers artfully emblazon blank cards with birth announcements or legally binding grocery lists, and staffers help brides- and grooms-to-be draft up dream wedding invitations. Along with lavish paper wares, Just Paper & Tea’s shelves also brim with a vast selection of teas that call to mind distant landscapes with smoky darjeeling and herbaceous green matcha.
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    3232 P St NW
    Washington, DC US
  • Georgetown EDV
    L'Eclat de Verre's skilled technicians specialize in putting the finishing touches on precious works of art. Each image-wrangler has completed four years of framing school, mastering 18th century, contemporary, and rare fourth-dimensional techniques. Since no two pieces of art are alike, the method of construction will vary depending on what is being framed. All framing methods are conservation quality and use acid-free materials to ensure long-lasting displayability. For those looking to add a finishing flair to their pieces, more than 800 varieties of textured and handmade papers from all over the world are available as matting choices. As with wholesale pizza parlors, prices vary from piece to piece, with 8"x10" objects ranging from $85–$210 on average, 16"x20" objects ranging from $170–$380 on average, and 24"x36" objects ranging from $310–$625 on average.
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    3336 M Street Northwest
    Washington, DC US
  • Strategic Media Services
    Family-oriented publications introduce kids to the engaging and colorful world of magazines while also treating parents to helpful tips. Familial units can flip through FamilyFun, which serves up ideas on how to organize craft days, plan a trip, or bake cupcakes in fun and festive shapes. Additional titles include Ranger Rick, which transports youngsters to the farthest corners of the globe with issues that feature pictures and facts about exotic animals. Ranger Rick educates kids aged 7–14 through the eyes of its mascot, a lovable raccoon who imparts lessons about wildlife and conservation. Wild Animal Baby targets wee ones aged 2–4 and Big Backyard is suitable for ages 4–7. Helping parents with the hazardous business of child rearing, Parenting provides tips for parents of infants through children aged 5, and Parenting School Years focuses on children and child-like robots aged 6–11.
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    3299 K St NW
    Washington, DC US
  • Palisade Image Center
    Palisades Pizzeria & Clam Bar quells the avaricious appetites of neighborhood foodies with an abundance of devourable disks, with handmade New York–style thin crust and a battery of fresh toppings and vegetables. Pizza-starved patrons may pile their choice of topping upon the doughy base, crowning the ziggurat of monumental deliciousness with traditional slice-stuffs such as pepperoni or sausage or bolder pie paraphernalia, including feta cheese, pesto, or broccoli florets. Or opt for a less-circular selection, such an eight-inch deli sandwich (including pastrami, roast beef, and turkey sandwiches, all $8.50 or 8.99 with cheese), buffalo wings ($7), or lasagne ($10.95).
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    4885 MacArthur Blvd NW
    Washington, DC US

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