Photograph of Blackwater Falls which is located in Blackwater Falls State Park
My series, Repairing The Monument, presented as a triptych.
This is the third and final image in a series of photographs of the Washington Monument with the scaffolding being installed to repair the damage from the Virginia earthquake in August, 2011.
Almost all of the monuments in Washington DC are close to some form of water. As long as it’s a calm night you can capture their reflections in the water and create beautiful symmetrical shots.
Sometimes when you are really lucky you can get the photograph before the rain comes in.
It’s actually pretty sad that I’m having to write this post. It’s sad because the post is directed at OTHER photographers! I thought about naming it “Photographer Etiquette 101” but decided to change it to what someone else should not do. What some other photographers should take away from this post is pretty simple. Please don’t stand right in front of my camera.
With Washington DC being mostly cloudy/overcast today, I figure a foggy photo would fit with how it looks outside.
This is the second in a series of photographs of the Washington Monument with the scaffolding being installed to repair the damage from the Virginia earthquake in August, 2011.