Should you find yourself hiking the Seneca Creek Greenway Trail, you'll find the remains of a red stone building somewhere near Riley's Lock, between the C&O Canal and the Potomac River. These ruins are what used to be the Seneca Stone-Cutting Mill, a quarry that operated on and off from 1837 to 1901. The quarry's … Continue reading The remains of the Seneca Stone-Cutting Mill
Back in the late winter - early spring of 2008, I went out over multiple days to photograph a spot called Carderock Wall, located in the Carderock Recreation Area in Maryland, USA. It's a 100-acre park, part of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park. The area is well known as a destination for … Continue reading Carderock Wall
As hinted in a previous post, here are more photos from Rockville, MD. Some were taken in the historic district and the rest in the city's modern downtown. Happy Thanksgiving! 🙂
I was going through my archives tonight and realized I hadn't posted these photos from Rockville. They were taken in 2008. I think I have a few more from 2006 or 2007, I'll dig those up at some point. Enjoy!
Here are a few photos of spring, captured on 35mm film with an Exakta EXA Ia camera. They were taken in Grosvenor Park and Rock Creek Park, MD.
As we near the autumn of 2012, our thoughts turn inward. We think of colder times ahead and we just want to curl up with a book and a nice cup of tea -- or look at memories from bygone years, like photos from the autumn of 2005, taken seven years ago. Most of them … Continue reading The Autumn of 2005
Who says we can only look at spring photographs in the spring? On my site, in this little virtual world I've created, spring comes whenever I want it, and now's a perfect time for it. Here's a set of photos of spring flowers, with a heavy concentration of daffodils. And if you'd like to see … Continue reading Signs of Spring
In the autumn of 2006, I bought a new camera, a Panasonic DMC-FZ20 with a Leica lens, and for the first time in a long time, I was really happy with my pictures. I could use the camera whichever way I liked. The in-camera JPG conversion worked wonderfully and the photos came out looking great. … Continue reading The Autumn of 2006
Here are some more photographs taken in Cabin John Park during winter. Enjoy and don't forget to check out part one if you haven't seen it already.
These hot summer temperatures are sure making me look at winter photos in a whole new light... So for the next couple of days, I'll feature winter scenes from one of the parks that we visited a lot while we lived in the DC area: Cabin John Regional Park. Enjoy!