It was a flower-filled weekend. The Cherry Blossoms opened this weekend in Washington DC’s Tidal Basin. They also opened on the trees outside of my apartment.
This year, the trees were not their usual bright and fluffy pink, having lost half of the blossoms in a freeze/winter storm a few weeks ago. The trees, from afar, are a muted pink with splotches of brown, where the dead blossoms still hang. Continue reading “In Bloom”
2016, Year of Antithesis. The highs brought out the best of humanity- love, progress, and cooperation. But the lows- and there were many- illustrated the visceral ills of society. I choose to ring in the new year with thoughts for a productive and positive year ahead. I saw beautiful sights (Cherry Blossoms in my nation’s capital), traveled to new places near (Charleston) and far (Moscow), and learned stories from new friends. I am sharing four photos from four seasons.
Continue reading “In Review: 2016, Year of Antithesis”
The majority of my photography is location-specific and travel-focused. Travel is synonymous with photography for me. But there are also days, like today, that are for appreciating the “normal” occurrences, like beautiful sunflowers and a kitchen that floods with natural afternoon light.
Continue reading “Lazy Sunday, feat. Sunflowers”