Tuesday, February 28, 2006

In Pursuit

A District police car races down Pennsylvania Avenue in northwest Washington on Feb. 27.

Monday, February 27, 2006

All The Pretty Horses

Two horses from the carousel on the National Mall rest on Feb. 26.

Sunday, February 26, 2006

Splash Light

Lights illuminate a row of fountains between the east and west buildings of the National Gallery of Art in Washington on Feb. 23.

Saturday, February 25, 2006

CARR Class

Mark Tapscott, director of the Center for Media and Public Policy at The Heritage Foundation, conducts a Computer-Assisted Research and Reporting (CARR) class for journalists at the National Press Club in Washington on Dec. 5, 2005.

Mark is a friend of mine and inspired me to create this blog. He has his own blog, Tapscott's Copy Desk, and kindly used it on Monday to announce the creation of this blog.

One good turn deserves another.

Friday, February 24, 2006

A Tree In The Dark

The National Gallery of Art's East Building on Feb. 14.

Thursday, February 23, 2006

Fire Wall

Fire engines create a barrier on the 200 block of Massachusetts Ave. NE in Washington during a Feb. 17 alarm.

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Close Friends Get Engaged

Aerica Veazey, a close friend, displays her new engagement ring Tuesday. My other close friend, Chris Kennedy, proposed to her over Presidents' Day weekend. Congratulations to both of them!

It Don't Mean A Thing (If You Ain't Got That Bling)

Aerica Veazey, a close friend, show off her new engagement ring Tuesday. My other close friend, Chris Kennedy, proposed to her over Presidents' Day weekend.

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Art On Purpose

After I messed up and accidently picked up the camera during a long exposure (see below), I took this shot Feb. 6 of Rock Creek Parkway, a major throughfare running through northwest Washington.

Monday, February 20, 2006

Art By Accident

This is what happens when you accidently pick up your camera during a long exposure and then put it down quickly. This is supposed to be Rock Creek Parkway, a major road east of Washington's Georgetown neighborhood, on the evening on Feb. 6. Now you can say it's modern art.

Sunday, February 19, 2006

DC In Winter -- Part II

Washington, D.C., had about seven inches of snow last week, but it's all melted now. Above is a Feb. 12 photo of one of the sculptures at the Korean War Memorial on the Mall.

Saturday, February 18, 2006

Day Trader, Night Trader

The Federal Trade Commission Building by day...

And by night...

I Got The Horse Right Here...

This sculpture is located outside the Federal Trade Commission Building on Pennsylvania Avenue NW near Sixth Street.


A fire engine races down M Street in the Georgetown section of Washington on Jan. 22.

The Capitol In Winter

If the snow conditions are right, you can always find people making snowmen on the Capitol lawn.

Winter At The White House

I found this little guy walking back home Feb. 12 after a day of shooting on the Mall.

Friday, February 17, 2006

Arlington Cemetery In Winter -- Part II

This caught my eye just as I was heading out of the cemetery toward the Memorial Bridge and the Mall.

Arlington Cemetery In Winter

Arlington Cemetery on Sunday, Feb. 12, after the Washington area's first major snowstorm of the year.

DC In Winter

Washington, D.C., had its first real snow the weekend of Feb. 11-12. Here are trees outside my apartment window after the storm ended the morning of Sunday, Feb. 12.

The Fun Starts Here

Hello, everyone. Above are some photos I've taken while living and working in Washington, D.C. I've been shooting for a couple years now and I'm comfortable enough with my work to show it to the world via the Internet. Questions, constructive comments and suggestions welcome.