Photo Friday: DC Fire and EMS Engine Company 09, Washington, DC USA

Photo Friday: DC Fire and EMS Engine Company 09, Washington, DC USA

Summer in Washington, DC. Thanks for keeping us safe.
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The country we want to be: Photos from vigils in Washington, DC USA

The country we want to be: Photos from vigils in Washington, DC USA

Thank you to the Washington, DC Metropolitan Police Department (@DCPoliceDept) and the nation’s capital for its authenticity and support for the future.

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Photo Friday: Changing Navy Yard, Washington, DC USA

Photo Friday: Changing Navy Yard, Washington, DC USA

This is a view from a relatively new pool deck, at the intersection of 4th Street, SE and Tingey, in Washington, DC. As you can tell, the skyline, and the completeness of the streets, has been changing in the Navy Yard part of our capital. I was here as part of the kickoff of Washington, DC’s Capital Pride weekend (@CapitalPrideDC). Continue reading→

Definitely Heroes: Photos from 2016 Capital Pride DC Gala

Definitely Heroes: Photos from 2016 Capital Pride DC Gala

LGBTQ Pride has begun in the nation’s (United States) capital, and it kicked off with a wonderful evening for me, a person who has watched so many, as newly minted Secretary of the Army Eric Fanning (@SecArmy) said, “paved the way.”
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My 4th Capital TransPride, Washington, DC USA

My 4th Capital TransPride, Washington, DC USA

This past weekend was my 4th (!) Capital TransPride, the second one held where the future was born in Washington, DC, at 14th and U Streets, Northwest (there’s a short history of this intersection in last year’s blog post: My 3rd Capital TransPride, Washington, DC USA).

As predicted, the room became more full, with more doctors, nurses, therapists, health leaders, and future leaders in general. Even more photographers – as you can tell, mine was not the only camera in the room, nor was it the best one 🙂 .
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Photo Friday: Liz in Love (with Washington, DC USA)

Photo Friday: Liz in Love (with Washington, DC USA)

This is the second appearance of the Liz Taylor mural on this blog. The story of the mural is in the post below.
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Photo Friday: 2016 Funk Parade, Washington, DC USA - Funk (and the future) doesn't create itself

Photo Friday: 2016 Funk Parade, Washington, DC USA – Funk (and the future) doesn’t create itself

The Washington DC Funk Parade is an annual music and art street festival held on U Street in Washington DC. It is a free, day-long event that aims to unite the community through the celebration of funk music, visual arts and the diverse cultural history of the U Street neighborhood. Continue reading→