Doorways lead from the main hall of Union Station to the trains, Washington, D.C.

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Photo of the week: 07.18.21 — Waxwing looking

Waxwings are very distinctive birds, with their shiny, silky feathers of brown, gray, yellow and black. They stand tall when perched, with their crest swept back stylishly above their black mask. Wing feathers have waxy red tips (that's where waxwings get their name) and tail feathers are tipped with yellow. With the black mask, smooth feathers and colorful wing tips and  …  Continue reading

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Featured gallery: July — Black and white

I like black and white photography. Maybe it’s because a black and white photo reminds me of my early days with a 35 millimeter film camera, shooting black and white because it was less expensive than color and much easier to process. It allowed me to learn photography through experimentation without wiping out the limited funds I had. Drop a roll of Kodak Tri-X into …  Continue reading

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Doorways lead from the main hall of Union Station to the trains, Washington, D.C.

Doorways lead to the trains at Union Station, Washington, D.C.

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