Usually on days like this I’ll look up at the sky and go right back to sleep. It’s because of the lack of clouds, I thought it would be a dull sunrise. For some reason, I knew I had to go out and take pics. I’m glad I did
Since the blossoms have been blooming earlier than expected this year, that causes some problems with our April 1st tour of the cherry blossoms. By then, there probably won’t even been any blossoms. So, we’re trying our best to see if we can move everybody to our March 24th tour. If you’ve signed up for the April 1st tour, we’re trying to contact you!
In the meantime, in between time, I’ll be taking pics of the blossoms as much as I can. If you happen to see me out there, please say “hi”!
Hope you all had a great week and an awesome Labor Day! It’s been raining the past week here, so its been a little difficult taking new images. So, I made a video about it! Check it out:
Now, here are my images.
I spent a day in Rehoboth Beach over the weekend and found this very cool, very blue Vespa
Then I had to look back at some of my older images for this US Capitol shot and
I finally braved the rain and visited Meadowlark Gardens for some macro images. Pink Flower Water Droplets
Now, I just can’t wait for the leaves to start changing. This image was taken last year around this tme of Shenandoah National Park
Hope you all had a great week and hopefully I’ll be back next week with some sunny images
The weather in DC has been kinda crappy lately. It hasn’t really felt like summer for the past few weeks and the rest of this week is calling for rain. This is forcing me to look back at some of my old shoots and see if I can find something worth while.
So, I know I have lots of images of the Jefferson, but this one is kinda different than the others because this is the back side of the memorial. A side that isn’t viewed very often.
The Jefferson Memorial isn’t just for the Cherry Blossoms, it’s beautiful anytime of the year. Although when I went this morning, I didn’t get the shot I expected. I wanted to go down closer to the tidal basin and walk around to try to find my perfect image. Come to find out it was flooded. All these thunderstorms got in my way again! Rain, rain go AWAY!
This was taken on my first day of visiting the cherry blossoms in DC this year. I was watching the sunrising while I was on my way there and could not wait to park my car. I don’t know if I’ve ever walked so fast in my life to get to my perfect spot. The sun rises quick!