Sunlit Water

December 13, 2006

Photography

Filed under: Urban Living — by teofilo @ 10:17 pm

I took some pictures yesterday.

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6 Comments »

  1. Huh. I’ve actually never seen this part of D.C. before. It looks so empty. (Nice pictures, though.)

    Found an explanation of the Titanic memorial.

    Comment by Witt — December 13, 2006 @ 10:43 pm |Reply

  2. Thanks. This area is well-known as one of the great disasters of American urban planning; they tore down almost all the old housing stock and replaced it with those soulless condo towers. There’s very little commercial development and really no reason to visit the neighborhood.

    Comment by teofilo — December 13, 2006 @ 10:48 pm |Reply

  3. Please tell me you get some kind of notification when a comment is posted. Otherwise I’m really going to wonder how you manage this turnaround time.

    Do you throw away a lot of shots for all the ones that turn out? I just got a camera and am trying to take some photos for our website at work, but I am woefully underqualified and frankly uninterested in learning how to take genuinely good pictures.

    Comment by Witt — December 13, 2006 @ 10:58 pm |Reply

  4. (Also, did you do away with comment verification? I thought I used to have to type in those gobbledygok charcters before my comment posted.)

    Comment by Witt — December 13, 2006 @ 10:59 pm |Reply

  5. I get e-mail notification, and I’ve never had a comment verification thingie.

    I post almost all the shots I take. I’m very much an amateur photographer, and I generally wait until I have the shot framed just right before taking it. I’ve noticed that more professional types snap tons of photos and throw a bunch out, but I don’t see much reason to do that.

    Comment by teofilo — December 13, 2006 @ 11:04 pm |Reply

  6. I’d like to rent the castlelike ex-church, but I’d be disappointed if lightning didn’t strike. And I fear that can’t happen if they deconsecrated it.

    Comment by ~Macarena~ — December 14, 2006 @ 3:42 pm |Reply


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