Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Reducing barriers for job-seekers – D.C. Policy Center

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Reducing barriers for job-seekers - D.C. Policy Center

Thanks again, @DCPolicyCenter, for publishing my photo alongside this excellent analysis by Dr. Bruce Ormond Grant (@BOrmondGrant). The photograph, by the way, was taken on a Big Bus Tour of Washington, DC, commissioned by @CapitalPrideDC and @DCTransPride365 for this year’s volunteers (also called producers by the organizations). So, although the photograph doesn’t illustrate the subject …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in FIRST TAKE: Targeted property taxes are not sound policy choices – D.C. Policy Center

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in FIRST TAKE: Targeted property taxes are not sound policy choices - D.C. Policy Center

Thanks again for using my photograph, @DCPolicyCenter, in this piece written by @DavidBrunori about proposed property tax policy changes. As usual, I learned more about my photograph after it was taken. As the analysis mentions, public goods such as transportation can be funded many different ways, and they ways they happen have different impacts. It’s …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Public in the Flickr pool – Greater Greater Washington

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Public in the Flickr pool – Greater Greater Washington

Thanks for publishing my photograph, @ggwash. It was taken from the top of the American Psychological Association building in Washington, DC, overlooking the NoMA neighborhood. You can see what this part of NoMA is scheduled to look like in the next decade here: See details for Union Station’s future expansion – Greater Greater Washington Here …

Thanks for publishing my photo, PoPville, in “Where should I live that maximizes the advantages of living in D.C. while still not providing a hideous reverse commute?”

Thanks for publishing my photo, PoPville, in “Where should I live that maximizes the advantages of living in D.C. while still not providing a hideous reverse commute?”

Thanks (again) for publishing one of my photos, @Popville. It is of the still being reborn H Street NE, with the @DCStreetcar in the foreground. Of course my answer to the question posed in the post is #CarFreeDC is the way to be. Photo by PoPville flickr user Ted Eytan”Dear PoPville,The relevant details: I’ll be …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Campouts-Plus: Christianity Defines, Afflicts Boy Scouts (As is the case 100% of the time, #LoveAlwaysWins)

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Campouts-Plus: Christianity Defines, Afflicts Boy Scouts (As is the case 100% of the time,  #LoveAlwaysWins)

Thanks for using my photograph to adorn this essay, written by Rick Snedeker (@snedekrj). The piece and the photograph caused me to go back in time, a different time for the BSA organization, in 2013, when the photos were taken, several cameras ago. Then, this inscription on the memorial caught my eye: I thought, “that’s …

Thanks for publishing my Photo, for the upcoming talks, & the haunting image of housing inequality – D.C. Policy Center

Thanks for publishing my Photo, for the upcoming talks, & the haunting image of housing inequality - D.C. Policy Center

Thanks again @DCPolicyCenter for using one of my photographs in this article about upcoming talks being given in Washington, DC by Executive Director Yesim Sayin Tayor (@Yesimsy). As I write this, there is only one more talk on the list. I caught the May 3rd talk yesterday at the John Wilson building, which provided this …

Thanks Using my Photo, in How the D.C. region is responding to the opioid crisis – D.C. Policy Center

Thanks Using my Photo, in How the D.C. region is responding to the opioid crisis - D.C. Policy Center

Thanks for using my photograph to adorn this exhaustive piece on the opioid crisis situation in Washington, DC and Maryland, by @mattpembleton. As is the case with the work of @DCPolicyCenter, I get to learn more about my photographs after they are taken, and I appreciate it. The photograph itself was taken in the Trinidad …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in The Effects of Populism on the Transatlantic Alliance – from Friend to Business Partner – AICGS

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in The Effects of Populism on the Transatlantic Alliance – from Friend to Business Partner – AICGS

Thanks for publishing my photograph, @AICGS, “a research policy center dedicated to better understanding the challenges and choices facing Germany and the United States in a broader global arena” affiliated with Johns Hopkins University. I enjoy learning more about the photographs I take after I’ve taken them. On the issue of countering populist parties and …

Thanks for Publishing my Photograph, in Could gondolas and water taxis improve intraregional transportation? – D.C. Policy Center

Thanks for Publishing my Photograph, in Could gondolas and water taxis improve intraregional transportation? - D.C. Policy Center

Thank you for using my photograph to illustrate this illuminating piece by @alon_levy, @DCPolicyCenter. The photograph itself was taken several cameras ago in 2012, from Arlington, Virginia, facing Washington, DC. I went back and saw what else I was capturing that day, which included a novel public art piece at Arlington’s Freedom Park, entitled “Spectrum …

Thank you for Using my Photograph, in Trump May Prevail as Travel Ban Hearing Nears Conclusion – Skift

Thank you for Using my Photograph, in Trump May Prevail as Travel Ban Hearing Nears Conclusion – Skift

Thanks for using my photograph to illustrate this story, @Skift. The photograph was taken a little over a year ago in Washington, DC. The U.S. Supreme Court appeared poised to uphold President Donald Trump’s travel ban as key justices used an argument session to aim skeptical questions at a lawyer challenging the policy. Hearing the …