Washington D.C. Under Curfew

Military vehicle patrolling Washington, D.C., the start of curfew at 7:00 p.m., Monday. (Photos by Y. Y. Moskowitz)
One of a number of CVS stores that have close and boarded up to avoid looters.

A worker drives a truck full of plywood, Washington’s hottest commodity, to board up a building.
A supermarket announces early closure, one hour before curfew, Monday and Tuesday evening.
Military vehicles at K Street and 14th Street.
DC’s Bravest gearing up for a potentially busy night.

After the curfew began, K Street was deserted …
… but for some police officers on bicycle patrol.

Police closing off the perimeter of Lafayette Park near The White House Monday evening, the scene of massive protests earlier in the day.
Police cordoning off 16th Street near The White House.

The intersection of 13th Street and F Street, facing north.
The intersection of 13th Street and F Street.
A deserted 13th Street in the quiet Northwestern quadrant of Washington, at nightfall Monday.

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