Tag Archives: Washington DC

Springtime in Washington DC

Vibrant colors make SPRING a strong contendor for the best season, but I’ll let you be the judge! Tulips at the Tulip Library by the Tidal Basin: OK, these aren’t flowers, but had to throw in a Year Two attempt at dying eggs with silk ties.  Toward the end we figured out the secret to […]

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Cherry Blossoms 2012 – Washington, DC

I love all things flowers and foliage, but nothing tops the fluffy pink beauty of the cherry blossoms. This year the warm weather made for a very early, very short blooming season – with much pinker than usual flowers.  These pictures were taken on two walks around the tidal basin, mostly on a foggy morning. I can […]

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U.S. Botanic Garden – holiday train exhibit

This year’s holiday exhibit at the US Botanic Gardens, created by applied imagination, is extra cute and creative.  The largest part of the train exhibit “Who Lives Here?” features cleverly named houses that resemble animals.  The second part is models of Presidential homes.  It’s amazing to see such detail created completely from materials found in nature.  applied […]

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Arlington Cemetery – Arlington Virginia Photographer

Last weekend I went to Arlington Cemetery for a client, to take pictures of a special site they were not able to visit in person, but wanted to remember.  I was honored to do that for them. Being in such a somber, peaceful place gives life a sense of perspective.  It’s more about the whole, […]

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Washington DC Cherry Blossom Pictures 2011

Every season is beautiful, but there is something extra heavenly about spring and the cherry blossoms in Washington, DC.   I can never get enough, I try to soak them in to last all year.  They are like puffy clouds of pink and white happiness, and are a beautiful experience.  I’m so thankful God made such […]

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