Tag Archives: Washington D.C.
Back in June 2012, I was driving down Wisconsin Ave. in Georgetown looking for something to photograph. I liked this building a lot. Can almost hear the floorboards creaking. Love that old architecture so much. Then this nail or hair … Continue reading
Just a few more images from Washington National Cathedral. This shot and the next one are details from the ceilings. And then, some flowers in the gardens: On another note, we saw “Social Network” last weekend and liked it. I … Continue reading
Hey, welcome back. I apologize for the poor lighting, as the gardens are only open from 2-6 p.m. in the summer. The worst time for photographers. I’ll probably go back in the fall when the sun’s not so high. This … Continue reading
A litle more history about Dumbarton Oaks. Robert Woods Bliss (perfect name for someone who owned all this, huh?) commissioned Igor Stravinsky to compose a concerto for his thirtieth wedding anniversary in 1938. The Concerto in E-flat for chamber orchestra is more commonly … Continue reading