One of the best transformations of D.C. over recent years has been the revitalization of the waterfront areas, including a park along the Potomac River in Georgetown. Georgetown was founded as a port in 1751, and by the 20th century the waterfront had become an industrial site. In the 1980’s, a group of citizens started… Continue reading
This past weekend was typical of D.C. – both a joyous celebration and a contentious political issue drawing large crowds. Here’s what we saw at the Chinese New Year and the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.
Tomorrow is Squirrel Appreciation Day – a day that both we and the squirrels look forward to all year.
The Smithsonian Castle is the oldest building on the Mall and the most recognizable. Completed in 1856, it is now going to close for five years for repairs and refurbishing.
When you think about the year that just ended; what images come to your mind? For 25 (mostly) DMV photographers, the answers vary.
So much goes on in D.C., as people live ordinary lives surrounded by the center of government. Here’s just a fraction of what we’ve seen this year.
As the holiday season is underway, we’ve been to several public holiday events that add a uniquely D.C. flavor – both light-hearted Santa celebrations and family-friendly menorah lightings.
As the cold and dark days of winter start, there are fortunately some great lights and scenes to see around the city.
The first COVID case in D.C. was announced exactly 1,000 days ago. There’s been so much tragedy and so many changes in daily life since then.
It’s Thanksgiving weekend, so we wanted to each share something that we are grateful for getting to photograph and experience in D.C.