The Washington D.C Area is home to some of the country’s grandest churches including of course the National Cathedral.
The cathedral features magnificent architecture, amazing stone and metal work and my favorite, classic stained glass windows.
Every window is a piece of art. What I found most fascinating was how sunlight filtering through the stained glass painted the church’s walls and floors with color as shown in today’s photo that I took a few years ago.
This photo reminds me of some great advice I once received about approaching a scene : before you ever take a single frame, look at what you are about to photograph. Read More
On my third trip to Nashville, Tenn., I ventured out to the quaint town of Franklin. I had heard so many great things about Franklin from friends and also from author and business coach Dan Miller, who hosts my favorite podcast, the 48 Days Podcast, . Miller, who lives and works in Franklin, talks often about what a wonderful town he lives in. Please see more text and photos below. Read More
I am a big believer in taking your camera everywhere you go. You never know when a good photo could be around the next corner or turn, including when you are riding in a car. The photo above was taken from the passenger side of a car with an iPhone while traveling in Maryland. (please see more text and second photo below) Read More