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A lot has changed this year. The way we work, create new and sustain old relationships. 

One of the few things we can count on is Darrow Montgomery’s Year In Photos. Let him help you remember the year that felt like a millennium.   

“So even though recalling precise details and dates from this year might be difficult, we invite you to take a walk through the past 12 months with Montgomery,” writes editor Caroline Jones. “Linger over the stones that look like mountains, recall what the inside of a bowling alley looks like (shot for a story that got bumped for pandemic coverage), and catch a glimpse of a house stripped to its bones before being remodeled. Even a pandemic can’t stop progress.”

Take in the full story online or bookmark for later. 

—Amanda Michelle Gomez (tips? agomez@washingtoncitypaper.com

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Darrow Montgomery. 2100 Block of H Street NW, November 23