I took my camera out wandering around Washington, DC. It wasn’t until I was home and reviewing the photos that I realized a theme in so many of my photos: the color PINK. I am not sure why, but I was clearly drawn to that color…
Georgetown, Wisconsin Avenue
Pink brick and green ivy. I have taken pictures of this house on the corner during each season. I love to watch it change (the coloring, the foliage, the time of day) during different times of the year.
Wandering around town and… I found my design counterpart. Continue reading “Around Town: So much to love”
Walking by this Dupont Circle row house, I felt eyes on me. I did a double take at the statue on the balcony, thinking it was a person and not a Greek statue. Continue reading “Around Town: 1825”
I played “tourist” in my city of Washington, DC this week, and re-visited some monuments on the National Mall. I’ve visited the Lincoln Memorial no less than a dozen times, each time noticing new details with a fresh eye, like the Angel of Truth Mural above Lincoln’s engraved speech. Continue reading “Around Town: Remembering History”
Tucked away in the Shaw neighborhood of Northwest DC is a pair of twisting alleyways that date back to pre-Civil War times: Blagden Alley and Naylor Court. The beautiful Victorian rowhouses on the outward-facing part of the block housed upper-class Washingtonians, while the alley-facing buildings housed mixed-race working class professionals. Continue reading “Around Town: Blagden Alley”
Georgetown in Fall. Before the 20+ mph winds stripped the trees of their fall leaves.
Continue reading “Around Town: Sunday Stroll through Georgetown”
A snapshot from the nation’s capital this week. But it’s more than a snapshot- it’s a plea for the U.S. Wishing for peace. Love trumps hate.