You never know what you’re going to get unless you go out there and keep on going. At first, I just thought this was going to be another day at Great Falls Park. Then I saw the fog rising like steam from a pot and thought it looked like a dream.
Got this amazing view one evening at the Capitol. I had been there so many times, I was frantic trying to find a different view. That’s when I told myself that I had to stop, take a moment to breathe and something cool will come. I set my camera for a slow shutter speed and got these cool fast moving clouds looking as if they were ready to storm.
About an hour before I took this image. Sorry, I don’t remember where this was taken. I know it was outside of the park but can’t tell you exactly where. Any help?
Scott Jarvie. The man behind the lens of so many great images. He’s currently on a tour across America photographing #FaithinAmerica. Luckily, I got to meet him while he was in DC. Such a great guy and so easy to talk to.
We met up at Iwo Jima and walked over to Arlington National Cemetery for sunset. Right after I snapped this image, he screamed from the top of the hill “oh, were you taking a picture of me?” HAHA great guy!