I’m still on the road. This is another scheduled post featuring images from 36 hours in DC.
Take care, my friends. Catch up with you soon!
The visit was all too brief, but our hearts were glowing after a fabulous day in DC, and we sure had fun taking this Blogger selfie!
Oh the joy that blogging offers.
I’ll be on the road for a bit, so I’ve pre-scheduled some images from 36 hours in DC.
Take care, my friends. Catch up with you soon!
If you saw my last post, you know that I had the incredible opportunity to travel to New York City to meet up with some of the Monochromia photographers. While I’d never met any of these people in person, we’d been online friends for years.
Photo Credit Theresa O’Loughlin-Giordano
I took the train from Washington, DC to Penn Station where I met Joe and Terry. After checking into our hotel, we walked right across the street to quench our travel thirst. How convenient!
Soon enough we were joined by Patti.
It was not long before the cameras came out, and we were hitting the streets.
Stacy, already in the city for a photography workshop, joined us next,
soon followed by Robyn who drove up from PA.
We visited Grand Central Station, the World Trade Center Memorial, St Patrick’s Cathedral, Central Park, and the Public Library.
We traveled by subway, taxi, and elevator (yes, there’s a story there), and by foot … many, many miles by foot!
We met great people, including Patti’s husband, Mark, and enjoyed good food and drink.
There are many stories to tell and photos to share.
Photo Credit Joe Giordano
For now though, I just have to express how fortunate I feel to have met so many great people, virtually and in person, through WP.
Please visit Monochromia to see the image of Joe that I shot when Patti captured this one of me. Thanks Patti!
Photo Credit Patti Fogarty
More NYC photos soon!
The next two weeks will find me opening a new medical practice. Despite that, I hope to find time to visit all of you this coming weekend.
It was time for a much needed getaway. No schedule. No appointments.
Just 36 hours through the mountains of Virginia to visit a few breweries and see some highschool friends.
The time went far too quickly, and before I knew it, I was back home and back on the job.
I’m working through the photos, and will share them soon. Until then, I’m off to visit you!
It’s the beginning of the weekend, and while there is still one more day of work, I’m anticipating a weekend on the motorcycle. YAY!
The images you see here are my recent contributions to Monochromia.
If you haven’t visited Monochromia yet, please do! Photographers from around the world contribute some incredible B&W images to this blog, and several of those photographers, including me, will be meeting in NYC in October.
How cool is that?
My travels will prevent me from visiting each of you until next week. Sending peaceful thoughts during tumultuous times.
Weekends during the month of June were packed with travel, and my shutter finger worked overtime!
I’m still glowing over my time in Atlanta with my son, exploring public art and architecture, cocktails and cuisine, and green spaces. Then last weekend I was able to spend the weekend in Greensboro, NC to photograph a wedding. Some of you have visited Karen’s blog about hiking, and she most recently posted about her daughter’s wedding.
I am not a professional photographer, and definitely not a wedding photographer, so I was a bit nervous (to say the least). I’ve known the bride since she was a young teen, and despite my nerves, it was an honor to try to capture the joy of this fun loving couple.
The time I had to photograph downtown Greensboro was limited, but I wanted to share a bit of it with you. Some of these images were taken with my camera, and several with my cell phone.
The city is a wonderful mix of old and new architecture,
with a proud and tragic history.
During my morning walk, I learned that Martin Luther King was scheduled to speak in Greensboro on April 4th, 1968. He cancelled his visit to stay in Memphis one more night where he was assasinated that same day. If only …
Within a few minutes walk from Elm Street, the main drag in downtown Greensboro, is the Isley House. Built by German immigrants, circa 1845, the log house was moved from its original location when the historical museum took it apart and reassembled it here.
My morning walk took me past public art,
and along the train tracks.
Finally, just a few random images.
Believe me, a cold beer tasted great after hours spent with the camera.
Thankfully, my friend Tim was there to help me!
I’m home for a couple weekends but the next trip in two weeks will be on the motorcycle!