The fall so far has been one big blur.
But I still found time to get out in the wilds of the DC area, to make some images. Here are a few of my favorites from the last couple of months, with links to far more than you probably want to see.
Earlier this summer, New Yorker magazine published an opinion piece with the title The Case Against Travel.
As someone who loves to travel, I was intrigued.
Today is Labor Day, the official end of summer.
Unless you’re outside the US and Canada, using the meteorological delineation, or in the southern hemisphere.
Since 1967, the Smithsonian has staged their annual Folklife Festival on the National Mall in DC over the two weeks surrounding Independence Day.1 Each year, the event spotlights the arts and culture of various communities from the US and around the world.
As I may have mentioned last time, our trip to Amsterdam was absolutely wonderful. We spend ten days running around that amazing city, with a few day trips to Rotterdam, Haarlem, and Zaanse Schans.
And I took more than 800 photographs along the way.