I enjoy doing street photography when visiting a city. Street photography, by definition, is photography of random, candid, unposed “moment in time” scenes in public places. In other words, a street photographer tries to capture everyday scenes in a way that tells a story. Through the years I’ve photographed street scenes in cities across the U.S., combining self-guided … Continue reading
In late summer and fall the fields in local parks turn yellow. Goldenrod blooms, joining yellow flowers like Maximilian sunflowers, black-eyed susans and daisies, to form a blanket of yellow. Often hidden in this blanket are hundreds of American Goldfinch. The birds breed in late summer, much later than other birds, when yellow flowers in the fields help camouflage their presence. … Continue reading
Doorways lead to the trains at Union Station, Washington, D.C.