Friday, February 6, 2009



Lately, I've been shooting less recognizable elements in places known far and wide. For example, these two photos. The first is the ceiling in the shops at Union Station, while the second is the tunnel leading from the west side of 395 to the Pentagon and the 9/11 Memorial. The one below I originally titled "Fuzzy." Then, based on a comment from a friend, I thought about calling it "Light at End of Tunnel?" but decided that was too long. Now, I think I'm going to call it "Crisis or Hope?"

Crisis or Hope?

Happy Photo Friday, friends!

Photo copyright: D.C. Confidential


Cele said...

I love your photography, your angles and perspectives are fresh and exciting, compelling and provocative.

D.C. Confidential said...

Thanks, Cele! It's always fun to look at what goes into each picture for me. The first one was very methodical and precise, while the second one I literally shot from the hip as I was walking.

My word verification: shwboadr. Hm. Maybe I need a dose of humility?

Anonymous said...

Crisis or hope: a matter of perspective. Reminds me of when I lost my faith. -Phoebe

(ironically, my word verification is: credire)