The Washington Monument reflected in the Tidal Basin just north of Kutz Bridge. This photograph reminded me of Clear Blue Morning At The Jefferson Memorial, so I decided to name it similarly.
I entered some photographs in the EPSON international pano awards for 2013 and found out today that I won some awards in the Open Category! The Open Category is open to all photographers, professional and amateur – so the competition is a little harder than just the amateur category.
I took this photograph, Night Scaffolding, last night at the reflecting pool in front of the Lincoln Memorial. Even though it was a Sunday night and it was 9:30PM, there were still lots of tourists walking around in the area!
With it being summer the area on the National Mall is normally filled with people jogging, walking, biking, or playing sports in the afternoon – at least the areas just in front of the museums and art galleries. But if you just cross the street you’ll find a nice sea of green to capture the scaffolding at sunset.
The last photograph I have to post from the night when it was really foggy in the DC area – the Lincoln Memorial in the fog.
This was taken early last month. On a day when there were clear blue skies and the temperature out wasn’t as hot as it has been.
If you live in the Washington DC area and have wanted to see what my photography looks like in person, here’s your chance.
You would think this photograph was taken in some southern state with the hanging branches of the tree. But it was actually taken in Washington DC.
A couple of months ago my wife and I went to Monticello for the day. The skies these past couple of days reminds me of the sky back when we went.
It’s been pretty warm here in Washington DC this past week, so to cool off I decided to post a photograph I took back in January of this year. It’s the lead scout at the Korean War Memorial.