Photo Friday: 6th and I Synagogue, Washington, DC USA

Photo Friday: 6th and I Synagogue, Washington, DC USA

At sunset, The Sixth and I (@SixthandI) Synagogue featuring the iconic cornerstone laid in 1906:

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2017 Enterprising Women, Washington, DC USA

2017 Enterprising Women, Washington, DC USA

Tagg Magazine’s (@TaggMagazine) 2017 Enterprising Women, including Bianca Rey (@BiancaRey), Executive Producer of Capital TransPride.

Equality is the future. And the future tends to be born here. Washington, DC USA
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Photo Friday: Isn't Washington, DC Beautiful?

Photo Friday: Isn’t Washington, DC Beautiful?

When borrowing a good lens, it’s easy to find great material in the nation’s capital. Enjoy.

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Thanks for publishing my photos UrbanTurfDC, in Brookland: Where Change and Charm Collide

Thanks for publishing my photos UrbanTurfDC, in Brookland: Where Change and Charm Collide

Thanks, Urban Turf (@urbanturf_dc) for featuring my photos in this piece on their blog.

Theirs published the same day I published my version of my trip, which you can read about below.

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Photo Friday: Brookland, Washington, DC USA – An amazing journey through American History

Photo Friday: Brookland, Washington, DC USA - An amazing journey through American History

Brookland is an amazing journey through African American History and the people who saved thousands of lives through medical science, helped create a Jewish State (Israel), changed entertainment, prevented Washington, DC from being turned into a 12-lane freeway, including most of present day Shaw, U Street, and Dupont Circle. They happened to be African American.
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Photo Friday: Lafayette Square, Washington, DC USA

Photo Friday: Lafayette Square, Washington, DC USA

Lafayette Square, the site of everything from made-up cocaine purchases to strolls on the way to the future, is this week’s photo. Part of the series below. Enjoy. Continue reading→

Just Published In: POTUS Tweets Book

Just Published In: POTUS Tweets Book

I was recently contacted by Jennifer Linney, the publisher of the book POTUS Tweets, about using my photographs to illustrate the moments of history catalogued in the book.

President Barack Obama was the first sitting U.S. president to tweet from the @POTUS Twitter handle, and he did so from May 18, 2015 to January 20, 2017. That Twitter handle will pass from president to president as terms end and terms begin, and the National Archives and Records Administration has preserved President Obama’s tweets in electronic format only, under a new Twitter handle: @POTUS44

Old-fashioned paper-and-ink girl that I am, I’ve compiled a book of those tweets.

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