There’s almost no way to comprehend the vast number of lives lost during the pandemic, but a new project on the grounds of the Washington Monument makes the numbers of this staggering loss visible.
We asked 23 (mostly) Washington-area photographers to share some moments from the summer of 2021. Some took family holidays across the country while others found things to document closer to home.
In this post, several DC-area photographers share some of their more unusual takes on the Washington Monument.
Voting rights demonstrations were all over the city this past Saturday.
The well-known view from the Dupont Circle escalator is changing with a canopy, but the completion of the project is almost two years behind schedule.
Xiao Qi Ji’s first birthday is tomorrow!
In a year that was filled with change, upheaval and pain, one thing remained wonderfully the same – the Malcolm X Park Drum Circle.
Normally August in D.C. is a month of heat, laziness, and vacations. But in this pandemic year, the first week of August has been full of social and political activism.
It is summer in D.C. and the lotus flowers are out at Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens.
Last Saturday in Black Lives Matter Plaza, hundreds gathered for “Good Trouble: Candlelight Vigil for Democracy”, an event to promote voting rights and election reform.