I'm a D.C. native, but have only been taking photos for about five years. Even in that time, I've seen so many changes in D.C., and am increasingly interested in photographing the things in D.C. that are temporary or may be demolished, and the people who interact with the city. When I'm not out photographing, I'm a web developer.
Last night at the Supreme Court, Democrats from both the House and Senate sponsored a protest of the new immigration order. Despite the cold and dark and difficulty hearing the speakers, there was a large and passionate crowd. Here is some of what we saw:
The 115th Congress convened at noon today for what will likely be an historic session. I went to see what was happening outside, expecting to see lots of news media and some protesters. But there was no one at noon, except for this lone journalist setting up in the media area, one late entrant to the House of Representatives, and the usual guards.
Ever wish there was something else open in D.C. on Christmas Day other than restaurants and movie theaters? While the Smithsonian and most other museums are closed, here are five places that are open: Mount Vernon, the Botanic Garden, the Mormon Temple Festival of Lights, the National Christmas Tree, and the Millennium Stage at the Kennedy Center. They are all free, except for Mount Vernon.
When looking back at the photos I took in 2016, it was easy to pick my favorite. That's an image capturing a boy playing in the water spray from a fire truck on a blazingly hot day. But it wasn't just any day and place...