See previous post below, but I decided to go back and photograph the monuments at night. Here's a few...
Sleepy lion outside the Corcoran Museum
The monument / temple to the five-dollar-bill guy
White thing and reflection pond
While testing equipment off the Californian coast last month, a newly refitted research vessel stumbled across plumes of methane gas rising 1,400 metres from the sea floor.
Cruise scientist Stephen Hammond of the NOAA office in Newport, Oregon, suspects this is because ice with methane gas trapped in its crystal structure melts at the combination of pressure and temperature at that depth. Similar methane plumes have been discovered from the Oregon coast to the Black Sea, but not this large or numerous.