There are a couple of old churches at the Chevy Chase Village Circle, in the DC area. One is Presbyterian and the other is Catholic. Here are several photos I took of them, back in 2007.
Here are a few photos taken on a DC street you may not know by name, but you may recognize once you see the photos (hint: it passes by the White House).
In just a couple of years, we'll be coming up on the 100th commemoration of the start of World War I. Whether you think of the 28th of June, 1914 or the 28th of July of that same year as its start, it was a war that left an indellible mark on Europe and on [...]
Here's how our nation's capital looks if you climb to the top of the Washington Monument. It's... monumental. I love the architecture and the way it's been laid out. It is a pity that the ranks of the public servants have grown so much in recent times that certain government organizations no longer fit into [...]
These are more photos taken on Constitution Ave in Washington, DC and continue the series started here. Enjoy!
This is a series of photos taken on Constitution Avenue NW in Washington, DC. Maybe you'll recognize the buildings; some, like the Federal Reserve, are famous enough these days. This post contains a lot of photos (29 of them) and only selected ones are posted large below. Go through the thumbnails to see them all.
Here are photos taken at and around the Lincoln Monument in Washington, DC, about six years ago. The gallery contains more images not shown above.
We had fun at the 2006 Cherry Blossom Festival, as you'll see from the photos. There were more people that year -- they grew from year to year, as I pointed out before. Ligia and I took our time walking around and I got some interesting photos as a result. I think when you compare [...]
Two thousand five was the first year I could show Ligia the Cherry Blossom Festival in DC. She'd moved to the States in the summer of 2004. We walked around for a couple of days admiring the beautiful blossoms. We even found a parking spot with relative ease. Each subsequent year after that, the crowds [...]
Back in 2003, I visited DC to lay the groundwork for what would turn out to be a new period in my life. I say that because my time there was distinctly different from what I did before and also from what I'm doing now. It was about the time of the annual Cherry Blossom [...]