Thanks for publishing my photograph, Texas Observer, in Texas Continues to Litigate Marriage Equality Amid Inaction from Federal Courts

Thanks for publishing my photograph, Texas Observer, in Texas Continues to Litigate Marriage Equality Amid Inaction from Federal Courts

Thanks for publishing my photograph, @TexasObserver. While the headline of this and other pieces might imply that love isn’t winning, read to the end: Upton, however, points to Gilmore’s dismissal order in the case as a sign of what the federal courts will do if Texas judges don’t change their tune on marriage equality. While …

Thanks for publishing my photo and publishing Regina Holliday: 73 Cents: A Mural – American Journal of Kidney Diseases

Thanks for publishing my photo and publishing Regina Holliday: 73 Cents: A Mural - American Journal of Kidney Diseases

Thanks for publishing my photo of the 73 cents mural, by @ReginaHoliday, American Journal of Kidney Diseases (@AJKDOnline). It accompanies a written piece by Regina describing the story behind the mural. Actually there are about 40 stories embedded in the mural. If you click through to the other photos, there are clues in the captions. …

Thanks for publishing my photograph, Greater Greater Washington, in Holiday spirit in the Flickr pool

Thanks for publishing my photograph, Greater Greater Washington, in Holiday spirit in the Flickr pool

Thanks for publishing my photograph, @ggwash. It was taken at Calico DC (Secluded Getaway Calico Joins Blagden Alley Sunday – Eater DC) in historic Blagden Alley, which I have posted about here previously. Friday is here, and we’ve picked a few of our favorite new images from the Greater and Lesser Washington Flickr pool, showcasing some …

Photo Friday: Photos of Photos of LBJ, Bobby Kennedy, and a world upside down in 1968 and 1972, Washington, DC USA

Photo Friday: Photos of Photos of LBJ, Bobby Kennedy, and a world upside down in 1968 and 1972, Washington, DC USA

It’s an amazing opportunity to touch (with gloves) the actual contact sheets and photographs documenting the destruction and delayed/denied renaissance of Washington, DC in 1968 as captured by the photographers of US News and World Report. The entire collection is housed at the Library of Congress (@LibraryCongress) and my visit was a follow-up from what …

Thanks for publishing my photo, Greater Greater Washington, in Here’s what Farragut Square looked like 130 years ago

Thanks for publishing my photo, Greater Greater Washington, in Here’s what Farragut Square looked like 130 years ago

Thanks for publishing my photograph, @ggwash. I’m embarrassed to say it was taken before I knew how to use lighting adjustments in post-processing. One day I’ll go back and fix all of those photos…or I’ll just take some more :). Here are a few historical images of Farragut Square, located in downtown DC. What differences …

Thanks for publishing my photo, GayStarNews, in Trump’s lawyer says businesses should be free to hang ‘no gay couples’ signs

Thanks for publishing my photo, GayStarNews, in Trump's lawyer says businesses should be free to hang ‘no gay couples’ signs

Thanks for publishing my photo @GayStarNews. Multiple outlets have been using this one in reference to this historic case. I would like to add a few from my collection to help illustrate that it’s not about a cake, Anymore than it was about a bus ride Or a drinking fountain The images above are in …

Photos: The Sweat of Their Face, National Portrait Gallery

Photos: The Sweat of Their Face, National Portrait Gallery

It’s been awhile since I’ve been acquainted with the beautiful photography of Howard Hollem, who captured the people (women) working to save our country during World War II. This photograph is part of a collection on display at National Portrait Gallery (@NPG) right now. I selectively captured the photographs of people working who are women, …