A pair of art images of Buddha sculptures in a bamboo garden, from a private collection in Chattanooga, TN.
Along with the always present families and twenty-somethings, the annual Kite Festival on the National Mall also drew some protest flyers this year. I originally planned to photograph the protestors, but as soon as I dismounted my bike I was reminded what this festival is really about–the kids.
Click any of the following photos to view higher quality large images of this set of kids (and squid).
Friday evening brought the opening of Artomatic 2017 to Crystal City in Arlington, and with it another fire spinning performance… and you know I cannot resist fire. Continue reading
Most people think of Spring in DC as Cherry Blossom season, but around the U Street Corridor and Shaw neighborhoods we know it as Funk Season. On May 6th the sounds and spirit of funk will again rock DC at the fourth annual Funk Parade and music festival. Before that there are funds to raise, volunteers to recruit, permits to be obtained, acts to sign, and hype to hype–all the groundwork that goes into pulling off a day and night that draws tens of thousands of people to experience a few dozen acts at multiple clubs and outdoor venues. But first, before the work and before the festival, we party.
This past Friday the DC Department of Funk sponsored the Funk Parade Kickoff Jam at Tropicalia, one of U Street’s basement music clubs. I was there to get into the groove and to photograph all of the bands and dancers. Continue reading
Last week brought a beautiful Spring sun to DC followed by temps in the seventies. In February! But the dogs at the park didn’t seem to mind the abrupt seasonal confusion. Click Quinn to view the full gallery of his friends romping under a hot February sun.