Muddy Branch in an iPhone v DSLR casual comparison

After this post I will retire the Muddy Branch as a subject of posts for a long while  (I promise). I think trips to …

NYC, Filtered

I don’t like photo albums where all of the pictures seem to have been altered in Photoshop but this post is a total self-contradiction because …

NYC: An attempt to capture some classic scenes

Outside of Times Square, on its fringes, NYC is not as chaotic; it’s still very much ordered chaos but far easier to absorb.  Try to …

NYC: places & architecture

It’s hard to capture the “look” of NYC because there really isn’t one; but we do speak of feeling that is unique to the place …

Underwater descent!

Finally an underwater view of the pool.  Not that anyone was even remotely curious but once you realize that being underwater means that all sorts …

Benjamin+Lisa & Jamila @ Summer Sounds

It was great to finally hear Benjamin’s songs and the great arrangements provided by Lisa.  It was fun to listen to and each song had …

Snow

Snow pics are flooding facebook and other community sites. I’m joining the trend and posting some here as well.

DC Spots: Georgetown, a favorite place

So there’s a few spots in DC that I consider my favorites.  Among those are downtown, Georgetown and the rock creek.   Georgetown’s old-town look, very …

DC Spots: Natural History and Air & Space Museums

On a seemingly random day, I got a call from a friend of mine who lives in Richmond. He was coming to DC the next day and was going to visit some museums and invited me to come along. Luckily, I was free that day and brought my Canon XS. I’ve been meaning to go to DC again to take pictures and this was one trip of many to come. Many photos!

DC Winter

I took these pictures on a random day while walking around in my favorite parts of DC: The Mt. Pleasant neighborhood and Georgetown.

Tulips (with a tutorial thrown in)

I’ve been showing you a lot of flower pictures lately and I can’t help but post some more.  I like these a lot primarily because …

Flowers Close-up

Here’s a collection of flower close-ups. It’s easy to show the beauty of flowers by simply zooming in. Some flowers are like very intricately crafted works of art.