Over the years, since the Washington Nationals Baseball team moved to Southeast DC, the areas on the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers shorelines have changed dramatically. Some would call the change gentrification, others modernization, others....well, you get my drift. The place is way different than it was but still accessible to most. Parks and walkways, and of course the baseball stadium with soccer coming shortly. The Wharf, the Yards, lots of restaurants, clubs, picnic areas, outside recreation, and more. This was taken at the wading pool-waterfall during the week and so there were few people. This one little girl was filled with energy as she raced from one side of the "pond" to the other.