All posts filed under: Landscape

Virtual Tour of Sunrise at Tidal Basin

Due to the potential spread of Coronavirus, Tidal basin was closed for the tourists who want to see one of the earliest peak bloom of cherry blossom. Since I could not get there to shoot the beautiful sunrise scenes this time, I decided to dig […]

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Cherry Blossom Beyond Tidal Basin

I have never experienced what we are going through these days in this country, the headlines on newspapers we read or TV we watch are always the spread of Coronavirus and the fall of stock markets. Seems like everything is being closed, the schools, the […]

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Signs of Spring in Washington, DC Areas

With relative warm spring Washington is welcoming the coming of spring despite under a gloomy potential spread of Coronavirus in the area. Magnolias are in full bloom at National Arboretum so are the colorful daffodils. Even the weeping cherry trees have started to blossom. The […]

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More Snow Geese from Middle Creek

Snow Geese is almost over this winter. With relative warm winter they seems to leave this area for their breeding ground up north in Arctic Regions earlier. I am glad we took our second trip to Middle Creek about a week ago. I took so […]

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Monterey 17-Mile Drive

17-Mile Drive is a scenic road through Pebble Beach and Pacific Grove on the Monterey Peninsula in California, much of which hugs the Pacific coastline and passes famous golf courses, mansions and scenic attractions, including the Lone Cypress, Bird Rock and the 5,300-acre Del Monte […]

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Looking Back the Year of 2019

We did lots of traveling with many memorable photographs in the year of 2019. My wife and I along with some good photo friends took an 11-day cruise from Barcelona, Spain to Casablanca, Morocco then to Canary Islands and back to mainland Spain in January. […]

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Bixby Creek Bridge at Big Sur

After our Joshua Tree National Park trip we took a three day trip to Monterey and Big Sur area on California Coastal Highway 1. In one late afternoon we visited the famous Bixby Creek Bridge, one of the most photographed bridges in the country.

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