Walking tour of Washington DC

Architectural & travel photos taken while walking between Washington DCs museums and train stations.

The Washington DC Monuments

On my first day in DC I had lunch on Fisherman’s Wharf (if you’re ever in DC during crab season I’d definitely recommend visiting) and afterwards took photos during a walk along the Tidal Basin and the National Mall. I arrived at the World War II Memorial and the Reflecting Pool a bit before sunset […]

Architecture & the streets of Downtown Manhattan

As a lifelong New Yorker that attended high school in lower Manhattan, I thought that I’d explored the majority of what the area had to offer. However, last May I ventured forth with a photography group and found that I’d passed several hidden gems countless times without being aware or paying much attention to their existence.

New York City Skyline from Brooklyn

New York City skyline photography from Fulton Ferry Landing Brooklyn.

The city that never sleeps bundled up in a blanket of snow

In February of 2010, the East Coast was battered by a heavy snowstorm that shut down Washington DC and dumped several feet of snow on Philadelphia. The Big Apple took quite a hit but while the streets were emptier than normal, brave bundled up souls continued to move about the city. Mild cabin fever and […]