Photos From Our Community

Here’s what some great D.C. photographers have been seeing this spring:

Christopher Buoscio

(Flickr; Website)
Didn’t think I’d get any shot until the clouds moved in and created a warm cool atmosphere around the eclipse.

Eclipse with clouds, view from Signal House roof in Union Market. ©Christopher Buoscio

Used a long zoom to compress the space leading to the Basilica.

Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception at Night. ©Christopher Buoscio

Laurie Collins

(IG: dccitygirl)
Lots of rain has brought us a beautiful Spring in DC!

©Laurie Collins

Joe Flood

(IG: joeflood; Website)
The final night at the Gaza Encampment on the University Yard at George Washington University. A few hours after this picture was taken, police moved in and shut down the demonstration.

Final Night. ©Joe Flood

Washingtonians poured out of office buildings and into McPherson Square to catch a glimpse of the eclipse.

Watching the Eclipse. ©Joe Flood

Shannon Heaton

(IG: nekosandpiper)
This shot was taken from a ferry headed to Alcatraz in San Francisco, for a night tour. It ended up pouring rain and foggy which added to the eerie atmosphere.

©Shannon Heaton

This picture is from when I first arrived at Yosemite, looking at El Capitan. It had just finished snowing and a fog was slowly lifting. The risk of going to a national park during the shoulder season is the weather, but the reward is much fewer people around.

©Shannon Heaton

Roland Johnson

(IG: millibenthic)
After consulting some some trusted ones, I’m submitting a couple of shots from the Chinatown Lunar New Year Parade.

The Dragon Approaches. ©Roland Johnson
Maiden Tames the Dragon. ©Roland Johnson

Gloria Jones

Live music has caught my eye in 2024 as I have been supporting my son and his band @Paulieboyblues.

©Gloria Jones
©Gloria Jones

Miki Jourdan

(IG: mikijourdan; Flickr)
This year I have been trying to improve my skills at photographing birds in flight. There’s been considerable trial and error (and error, and even more error…). Both of these images were taken at Huntley Meadows Park. I’m particularly happy that I managed to capture a flying barn swallow, as these birds are small and crazy fast.

Barn Swallow. ©Miki Jourdan
Cardinal. ©Miki Jourdan

Kim Keller

(IG:; website)
I’ve been seeking out the colors of spring – soft blues, greens, yellows and pinks. They’re not only in gardens, but on Metrobus and food trucks!

Food Truck. ©Kim Keller
Encounter. ©Kim Keller

Rob Klug

(IG: @osoikame)

My favorite photo taken this year is a mother owl with her soon to fledge owlet.

©Rob Klug

Marci Lindsay

(IG: marcislindsay; website)
No matter where I travel, my favorite photos are those I find on the streets of New York. Here are two from 2024 so far.

Fashion Statement. ©Marci Lindsay
His and Hers. ©Marci Lindsay

Angela N.

(IG: angelaon; Flickr)
This spring I’ve enjoyed the birdwatching at Constitution Gardens!

©Angela N.
©Angela N.

Van Ngo

With a seven day work week, my routine has become all work and nearly no play. So that has slowed down my shutterbug habits as well. While I’m unable to attend social events, the everyday commute is still full of opportunities for care free snapshots. Take for example, this gremlin I see on my commute home. Not sure if the Gremlin or any AMC car was ever desirable, but this one commands attention with its aged facade.

©Van Ngo

To spice things up thing while walking around the office, I’ve also been sporadically playing with intentional camera movement as seen in the second image.

©Van Ngo

Victoria Pickering

(IG: @vpickering, website)

Each spring, I look forward to two spectacles – the Emancipation Day fireworks on Pennsylvania Avenue, and the scenes outside the Supreme Court as major cases are argued.

©Victoria Pickering
©Victoria Pickering

Russ Rumelt

(IG: llkoolwhip)

Tenleytown Metro. ©Russ Rumelt
American Art Museum. ©Russ Rumelt

Jeff Vincent

(IG: jeff.vers2.0, Flickr)
My wife and I were fortunate enough to take a three-week trip to Iberia this spring. There were myriad photo opportunities, of course. But what really caught my eye were the scenes of everyday street life. The first photo is of a student sitting just outside the gates of the prestigious University of Coimbra, Portugal’s oldest university. He’s wearing his black cape (à la Harry Potter) and leaning against his cello case.

©Jeff Vincent

The second photo captures  Plaça del Traginers, one of the many small squares in Barcelona’s old city.

©Jeff Vincent

Joe Willmore

(IG: willmorephoto)

Aurora Borealis shot from Northern Virginia with all of our light pollution. ©Joe Willmore
Soap bubble. ©Joe Willmore

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