This past Thursday morning we got to wake up to a little snow in Washington DC. Not a lot, but just enough to cover the ground and make everything white. The FDR Memorial was the last place I went to to take pictures. Luckily I was able to get these shots before the lights illuminating the monument turned off before the daylight arrived.
It’s not every day that you see a cat fishing. Or a man holding an umbrella for the cat to keep it out of the rain! Keep reading to find out where this street art is located.
When a heavy fog hit Washington DC it provided the perfect backdrop to photograph the soldiers at the Korean War Memorial.
With Washington DC blanketed in a layer of fog, it was a perfect time for spies to exchange information.
Sometimes when I go out to photograph one subject, I find that that subject isn’t the most interesting thing to photograph. There’s something else there that’s much more interesting!
The Potomac River, which runs alongside Washington DC, provides a nice area to get night time reflections of the city in the water.