Although I own equipment that allows me to do my job as a photographer the most valuable thing that I own by far is
A pedestrian walking along the midway of the Kutztown Folk Festival passes a red wooden wall with a hex sign on it. Kutztown Fairgrounds, Kutztown, Pennsylvania. Celebrating the Culture of The Pennsylvania Dutch, the Kutztown Folk Festival is the oldest folklife festival in America and attracts upwards of 150,00 visitors per year. (Sam D'Amico)
Salt and pepper shakers and sugar packets centered in the middle of a white, blue and pink table at an outdoor restaurant in Cape May, New Jersey. Cape May is located at the southern tip of the Cape My Peninsula in Cap May County New Jersey. The entire city is designated a national historic landmark [...]
A cigarette pack and cigarette butt ends lie on the ground, Washington, DC. With a population of over 5 million residents the nation's capital is home to one of the most polluted rivers in the country. Litter on the ground often finds it way into the Anacostia River via storm water runoff. It is estimated [...]
“Local arts support from the District has been cut 69.88% from FY 09 to FY 12. In 2009, the DC Commission received $13,018,000 in local funds, and in 2012, $3,920,000. As a percentage of the FY 12 budget, this year’s funding for the arts is less than one half of one percent — 0.034% — [...]
An audio-visual exhibit, titled Conversations With Women Of The 82nd Airborne, playing inside the Women In Military Service For America Memorial, Arlington, VA. The memorial, located at the Ceremonial Entrance to Arlington National Cemetery, was dedicated on October 18, 1997 and is the only major memorial honoring women who have served in our nation' s [...]
Yellow-orange maple leaf, caught in a wire fence, back-lit by autumn light – Rights Managed Stock Photography
I think that if the photographers who favor summer began to notice the visual richness of fall and winter they would be carrying their cameras equally throughout the year.