Tag Archives: washington

Cherry Blossom Mania

It’s that cherry blossom time of year again. It’s now been exactly 100 years since Japan gifted the trees and some unseasonably warm weather has brought them into peak bloom earlier than most expected.

And Panic Ensued

Today Washington, D.C., caught the tail end of a 5.8 earthquake that hit central Virginia. Naturally the local news was flooded with breathless reporting of chaos, cracked bricks and things that fell of shelves. Being downtown at the time with a camera I decided to capture the panic…

This guy brought a book:

This lady wore a hard hat:

And these people stood in a group with a flag:

As you can clearly see, total chaos took over the city.

A Day Chock Full Of Sanity And Fear

It’s been quite a while since my last post. The last two months or so have been chock full of traveling, corporate gigs and just about everything else you can imagine. But, I did cover the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear yesterday. Never in my life did I think I would see Yusuf Islam (Cat Stevens) and Ozzy Osbourne on stage together.

Sign Factory Field Trip

Took a morning trip to a Washington, DC sign factory with the President so he could promote small business job creation.

Hey, Wha’d Ya Know, A Rose Garden Statement

Things I Forgot To Post

June was quite the busy month for me and I realized there were a few things that I intended to post but never did. So, this post is all about those images.

Happy Birthday America

The Oil Men

Chances are if you’ve ever bought a gallon of gas it was either pumped, refined or sold by the companies that these men run.

Sir Paul Holds A Pesser

Sir Paul McCartney was in town yesterday. He took questions during a press conference to coincide with his being awarded the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song.

State Dinner Mexico Style

Last week President Obama and the First Lady held a State Dinner for the President and First Lady of Mexico. There were so many events going on that my job for the day revolved around some of the secondary events such as the decorations and arrivals for the dinner.