Saturday, April 24, 2010

Navy Yard

The Navy Yard is located in Washington, D.C. along the Anacostia River.

In addition to being a Navy base, there's also museums, art galleries, ships, and walking paths along the river.
I had the opportunity to go there recently.  Here are a few of my favorite pictures from the visit.

Thursday, April 22, 2010


Some of the people I work with know about this whole "picture thing" I do.  Sometimes I take my camera with me into work if I know I'm going to be taking pictures somewhere after I get off.  There was a day this week when I took my camera in and most of my coworkers not only allowed me to take their pictures, but have left me suspicious as to their previous modeling experience (they were so at ease with a camera up in their face!).
Thanks, guys!

It was next to impossible to pick favorites, but here are a few that I really like.  If you're friends with me on facebook, you can see the rest there.

Monday, April 19, 2010

J at the Capitol

I recently worked an event at the U.S. Capitol.  Naturally, I took my camera!

A coworker of mine was gracious enough to let me photograph him.  My coworker, "J", not only has a face that the camera loves, he was also very comfortable with the camera and allowed me to try lots of different poses. 

Here are a few of my favorite shots.

Friday, April 16, 2010

Air Force Memorial

The Air Force Memorial is located in Arlington, Virginia right behind the Pentagon and next door to Arlington National Cemetery.

The Memorial consists of three spires that shoot up into the sky that can actually be seen from all over Washington, D.C.  It's a very simple, yet striking, memorial.

You'll notice that in some of the shots, the spires look blue.  This is actually because the sky was so blue, it reflected onto the normally silver spires.  Furthermore, I realize there isn't a great deal of variation in many of the pictures, but again, the memorial is a very simple design.

Here are some of my favorite shots.