Tag Archives: Washington DC

Photo of the Week: Women’s March

A lot about what I have seen over the past 2 weeks has not been normal and honestly, I’m stunned. I try not to publish my political views online or publicly for that matter. I prefer to have meaningful conversations about the issues with people face to face because I find that a whole lot more […]

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National Parks Centennial

Exploring the National Parks seems to be in my blood. It all started with family road trips when I was a kid and continues to today. There’s something magical about the parks. So, on 100th birthday I wanted to share images from my recent park adventures…I hope they inspire you to visit and support your local park! […]

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Photo A Day: April 1-5

It’s cherry blossom season here in Washington DC! In honor of the pretty trees reaching peak bloom this weekend, I chose some of my favorite cherry blossom photos from years past for this week’s Photo A Day theme. It looks like the next few days will be gorgeous down here, so if you are close […]

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Travel: DC Cherry Blossoms

If you come to DC in late March/early April, you know about the cherry blossoms. The city erupts in activity as the 3,000+ cherry trees around the National Mall (mostly the Tidal Basin)  transform  in beautiful white and pink flowers. The trees were a gift from Japan in 1912, so this year marks the 100th […]

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Foto Extravaganza!

Now in it’s 4th year, FotoWeek DC has proven to be the premiere photography event in the Washington DC region. It begins tonight with a “Launch Party” that is sure to get everyone excited. Tickets are $55 and includes admission to two parties; one at the FotoWeek Central location (1800 L Street NW) and the […]

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