Visit the East Building of the National Gallery of Art before it closes for renovation. The giant Calder mobile is currently behind canvas workers prepare some galleries for renovation.
You never get tired of looking towards the city.
A beautiful morning to go to the wildlife refuge and look (and photograph) birds and other wildlife was in the offing on the last day of March, 2018. Unfortunately, errands must be run (life is not all for the birds after all). With camera in hand, the trip to the Department of Motor Vehicles was… Continue reading Springing to Life in Arlington
One of the many places in the Washington D.C. area that I have never visited in the decades that I have lived in the area is the National Arboretum in Northeast Washington D.C. I don’t really have a reason why I have never set foot on this place. I enjoy leisurely walks. I enjoy taking… Continue reading Capitol Columns at the National Arboretum
Late at night, one of the most photographed places on the planet.
With most of the United States in deep freeze, why not venture out on the first day of the year and feel that cold, crisp air? Why not. Unfortunately, my favorite museum was closed for the day. Still, a little cold weather did not deter this man, nor did the weather deter his drinking companions.… Continue reading Frozen
Nova Scotia and Cape Breton are wonderful places to explore. Some of the highest tide height differentials in the planet. For the wild, moody coastlines. For the mountains, the ocean views, the forests and the waterfalls. And then there are the buildings that add color and uniqueness to this beautiful Canadian province.
This is one of the most interesting architectural landmarks in a city full of architectural landmarks. The East Building of the National Gallery of Art was designed by I.M. Pei and first opened to the public in 1978. In the second decade of the twenty first century, the museum underwent renovations and reopened to the… Continue reading The East Building, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.