As mentioned in a previous post, the fall has been rather quiet. But I’m still trying to go out and make some interesting images in the DC area.
In October, I joined a group to photograph the Arthur Godfrey Estate near Leesburg. Built in the 1920’s, the property was owned for many years by the legendary broadcaster and then later by a member of the Saudi royal family.
That’s the main house above and here are two more shots from the grounds, with the full gallery here.
A Range Rover that had seen better days. Godfrey and his wife were avid equestrians and built a barn large enough to house almost two dozen horses.
This year it’s been hard to miss all the hype about several different virtual Van Gogh exhibits. We ventured into DC to see one of them in September and it was quite impressive. I didn’t take many photos, and the pictures don’t do any of it justice, but they offer some idea of the experience. The rest are in this gallery.
A bust of Van Gogh with animated overlays. The main room was an immersive animated presentation of the artist’s life and work.