All posts tagged: Washington DC

Dragonflies

We went to Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens yesterday morning. It was very nice to hear the “Cicada Symphony” in the Gardens – they only have 4-6 weeks to find the mates to produce the next generations that will emerge 17 years later (2038). It was a […]

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More Fall Foliage at Tidal Basin

I went back to Tidal Basin yesterday to capture more autumn foliage scenes. Overall, the fall scenes were not as colorful as what I saw a week ago. However, there were still many trees with brilliant colors. When possible, I shot into the light source […]

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Fall Foliage at Tidal Basin

Tidal Basin in Washington, DC is best known for the cherry blossom in spring. Little known is the beautiful fall foliage around the Basin. I visited the place this morning with very few people, natives or tourists so I was able to take my time […]

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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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National Zoo- 2020.3.13.

As a precautional measure of potential spread of Coronavirus spread, all Smithsonian Museums including National Zoo are being closed indefinitely starting today, March 14. We decided to take a trip to the National Zoo yesterday and capture a few pictures. Red Ruffed Lemur   Golder […]

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