Here are selected photos from the US Capitol, taken a few years ago. You'll see me in one of the photos, recording the Christmas Train Show at the US Botanic Garden, and you'll also see Ligia in one of the photos (see if you can spot her).
Here are photos taken at the Vietnam Memorial in DC, back in 2006. War is war. The photos say it all. Just have a look at the faces of the people who were visiting it at the time, and at the huge flock of crows flying around the grounds.
Here are selected photos from the 2008 Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, DC. They're taken at various points around the Basin, which is where you'll find the greatest number of cherry trees and conversely, the greatest concentration of people. The crowds were out in numbers that year! Be sure to go through all the photos … Continue reading DC Cherry Blossoms in 2008
Should you find yourself in DC, the US Botanic Garden should be on your list of places to visit. It's right next to the Capitol so if you want a break from the buildings and the politics, step inside to look at the flowers and the plants, they'll make for a welcome change. And if … Continue reading Photos from the US Botanic Garden in DC
These are photos taken on an evening walk in DC, during Christmas time, back in 2006. They should bring back memories for some of you, and if they don't, they'll give you a good idea of what to expect if you visit our nation's capital in December.
A little over four years after publishing the first series of photographs from the National Arboretum in Washington, DC, here's part two, containing a mix of photos from the outside gardens and various enclosed ones, including the Bonsai Exhibit. Selected photos from the set are highlighted below and you can find all of them by … Continue reading National Arboretum – Part 2
Try to guess where these photos were taken; some of the images might be readily recognizable to you if you're from the DC area. If you're wondering about the processing, they were captured on 35mm film with an Exakta EXA Ia camera, scanned in from the negatives and edited in Lightroom and Photoshop.