Sunset in Greenbelt, MD.
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Spinning carnival ride at the Greenbelt Labor Day Festival, 1 September 2012.
It lives in all of us. (As Sufjan would say.) Parliamentary Buildings in Victoria, British Columbia, taken five years ago today (15 August 2012). What a beautiful city.
On this day five years ago (13 August 2007), I was in Seattle as part of a month-long trip winding my way from suburban Chicago (where I had attended college and had been working for three years) and Boston (where I would spend the next three years at law school).
Photographed swimming in its native habitat, a strip mall parking lot in New Carrollton, MD.
Interior architectural detail at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC. Quoting from the museum’s website: The building’s distinctive curvilinear form, evoking a wind-sculpted rock formation…form[ed] the basis for the architecture. Following this conceptual design work, the project was further developed by [Johnpaul] Jones, [Donna] House, and [Ramona] Sakiestewa, along with the architecture firms Jones [...]
Public Knowledge held their annual World’s Fair Use Day on Friday, May 4, 2012, and I was privileged to be able to photograph the proceedings. A big thanks to the panelists, PK staff, and everyone else who contributed to this event! If you’d like to see even more of my photos from WFUD 2012, check out [...]
The classical architectural style reminded me of interiors from the Myst video game series. (Of course, if that’s what you’re looking for specifically, you might want to check out the Art of Video Games exhibit over at the Smithsonian American Art Museum now through September 30, 2012.)
“Please pardon our dust while we complete this painting.” I took this photo of some construction in front of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC on April 30, 2012. It looks a bit different than the one Piet Mondrian piece displayed inside the West Building, but the resemblance to Mondrian’s work struck me [...]
You never know what is going to be in your neighborhood grocer’s parking lot.