Having spent the last 17 years exploring and taking photos of DC, and especially investing a concerted amount of time during the pandemic, I often notice themes emerge in my photos.Continue reading “DC Dogs”
This year’s Cherry Blossom Festival includes 26 blossom sculptures placed around DC, with a few just over the border in locations in Virginia and Maryland.
We miss live concerts.
51 murals for DC statehood found around the city. Quest completed!
Restaurants and bars come and go, which is too bad, as many turn into our favorite places to hang out. Let’s look at some of the least desirable closings on H Street NE in the past 10 years.
Since today (October 14th) is Indigenous People’s Day, here’s a look at a walking tour exploring the highlights and history of indigenous peoples in DC.
More photos exposing the underbelly of DC.
If you’re following the progress of the Georgetown Canal Plan, the National Park Service (NPS) held the third public meeting on April 4th to present the concept alternatives they’ve developed.
Check out these cool plein air oil paintings of DC.
Exploring DC should be on everyone’s agenda.
Have you visited the Healing Totem Poles in the Congressional Cemetery?
DC is a good place to bike?
Now that Spring has finally arrived (maybe), and the weather is beautiful, it’s time to get outside and explore DC.
A direct descendant of Sir Isaac Newton’s famous apple tree grows in DC. In case you didn’t know.
Let’s get historical.
There are many great and busy places to visit in DC, but the out-of-way U.S. National Arboretum should be added to everyone’s list to visit regularly.
Get over to the Kenilworth Park & Aquatic Gardens while there is still time to see the water lilies!
Walking in DC always provides ample opportunities to discover new things. On the way to the new ANXO Cidery & Tasting Room, one such place presented itself – the Legacy Memorial Park.
What is the most obscure Presidential Memorial in DC?
Have you ever peered at the imposing Lincoln Memorial and wondered why the names of certain states are carved along the outside facade? Or when you step back further and crane your neck, why there are even more states displayed along the very top section (the attic)? Or wondered if the number of columns actually had any significance?