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Things Windmageddon Has Blown Away/Over Around DC So Far

Traffic signals. Newspaper boxes. An orangutan's birthday...
Okay, this isn't really a photo of DC today. Via iStock.

These traffic signals in DC

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Photograph by Evy Mages.
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Photograph by Evy Mages.

Part of the Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse sign

CBS News’s White House tent thing or whatever you call it

The fence at this dog park

This orangutan’s birthday party

This tree in Arlington

This sign in Arlington

The roof of this playhouse

Another tree

Holy wha….

A barbecue truck

This sign

Politico and Express‘s wimpy newspaper boxes (City Paper standing tall!)

More newspaper boxes, including another Politico one

This person’s roof

These supercans

Everything these people on an airplane had eaten

Another tree

Well…there goes my neighbor's tree #windmageddon #NoVA @nbc4dc @abc7dc

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This tree, formerly in a very picturesque spot

Dear #windmageddon i liked #snowmageddon better

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An umbrella

Whisky production

A window

Airport food

D.C. United’s travel plans

Basketball hoop 1, tree 0

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Andrew Beaujon joined Washingtonian in late 2014. He was previously the news editor and lead media reporter for the Poynter Institute, arts editor for the now completely vanished TBD.com, and managing editor of Washington City Paper. He lives in Del Ray.