Back to the nation’s capital – This week’s photograph is of the reflecting pool, between the Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument, in Washington, DC. Rest of the series below, enjoy. Continue reading→
This week’s photograph was taken from the classroom of the Kaiser Permanente Executive Leadership Program at Harvard Business School (@HarvardHBS @HBSExecEd), where our classmates indulged us in the showing the launch of 2015 USAChangeDay (@USAChangeDay) during a planned break in our learning.
This week’s photograph is taken in not-the-usual-city as I am currently a student in the Kaiser Permanente Executive Leadership Program at the Harvard Business School (@HarvardHBS @HBSExecED). On a walk off of the Business School campus, we found the Harvard Mark I computer, which now exists as a renovated display as of 2014 in the … Continue reading Photo Friday: iMac and Mark I, Harvard University Science Center
That’s Joan of Arc in the background, the only equestrian statue of a woman in Washington, DC.
I’ve been in Washington, DC long enough that I can produce my own then and now photographs.
This one is from the corner of 14th Street, Northwest, and T Street Northwest, essentially the epicenter of the riots that destroyed Washington, DC after the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. With the exception of a few areas, much of 14th Street remained a place without much hope for almost 40 years. Continue reading→
The tradition of Photo Friday is to feature photos from Washington, DC, this week I’m allowing a California photo. It’s from the Henry J. Kaiser Memorial Park, in the shadow of downtown Oakland. I discovered it on a virtual walking meeting, even though it was unveiled close to 4 years ago. Score another point for … Continue reading Photo Friday: Remember Them, Champions for Humanity, Oakland, CA USA