I took this series of photographs in January on a personal tour of one of Washington, DC’s most iconic potential park sites, the McMillan Sand Filtration Site. I was reminded to post them here when I saw an article about the site in Archictect Magazine (@ArchitectMag) by Caroline Massie (@caroline_massie) that featured these in the … Continue reading Photo Friday: The Beauty of History: McMillan Sand Filtration Site, Washington, DC USA
Jay Parkinson (@JayParkinson) and I met up this time the same way we did the first time, when I think I texted (or Gchatted?) Jay while I was cruising through Williamsburg, New York, back in 2009 (to which he responded, “come on over”). This time he was the messager and it was great to catch up. Continue reading→
14th and U Streets at Night (View on Flickr) This photograph was taken from the top of 14th and U Streets, in Washington, DC, where the first bricks were thrown on April 4, 1968, that resulted in the destruction of Washington, DC, following the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. 47 years later, almost to … Continue reading Photo Friday: Where the future was born – 14th and U Streets, Washington, DC USA
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