Rialto Beach located in the town of Mora near La Push is one of the favorite beaches in Olympic National Park for photographers. We went there in one afternoon in hope to see and photograph the sunset scenes but no such luck. However, we were […]
This was my third trip to Olympic National Park and I never missed visiting this magnificent and breath-taking water falls. It is a very photogenic waterfall that one not only can feel the mist from the falls but almost touch the falls. I also enjoyed […]
Over the past 7-8 years I have led many of our photo club members to most of the American National Parks in the Western United States and the most rewarding and memorable trip was probably the Pacific Northwest taken in this time of year (late […]
Construction of Chesapeake and Ohio Canal began in late 1790’s as the young Nation was expanding westward. However, the Canal never played an important transportation means as the railroad was introduced. Today, National Park Service maintains two short reaches of Canal including locks in Georgetown […]
Cherry Blossom Festival has always been a big event in Washington, DC, especially this year with the peak blossom happened during last weekend under the superb weather. I dragged myself to get to the Tidal Basin an hour before the sunrise. It was all worth […]
Magnolia Garden in the National Arboretum has a collection of different species and different colors of magnolia trees and when the blossom peaks this week (more or less coincide with the cherry blossom in Washington) it is just beautiful.