While I was shooting engagement photos for a friend of mine, I happened upon a pretty cool scene a solo bagpiper standing at the top of the stairs to the Lincoln Memorial.
This was the first time I have ever been to Covent Garden and on a glorious Saturday this place is truly something special!
This past week I had the chance to get a few days of touring in while in London for work. Picture taken of the parade in commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of Gallipoli.
Love this banner...
It has been too long...I have come out of winter hibernation. A few pics from my neighborhood this weekend.
Decided to try out my Photoshop skills.
Early morning window washing in DC.
Istanbul late night eats...
Outside of the spice market.
Just remember waiting out a driving rainstorm as I was trying to stay up to see the results from the US elections.
Simply an amazing musician...
Another one of the long forgotten pictures from years ago. Taken in Georgetown.
This one is a favorite of quite a few folks...I actually forgot about it until scrolling through one of my DC random files. Taken about 10 years ago at the Botanical Garden.
The place is long gone - a victim of NPS cutbacks...
Taken in Georgetown from the Key Bridge a few years ago.
Soon the Fort Reno Park schedule will be announced and another of my favorite summer traditions will begin...I cannot wait!
The shot was taken in 2008 somewhere near the 9th and U Street intersection...pretty sure it was an alley cat.
There was a time when I loathed this parade as a resource suck but getting back to my old neighborhood and seeing the way that the community shows up each and every year was truly amazing...
My apologies for the radio silence but now posts will begin again in earnest.
Just a quick reminder all images are Copyright Brian G Smith, they are my images and if you want to use them email me and ask!
I am obsessed with the Swiss fountains...amazing!
Along Lake Geneva (Lac Leman) there are some amazing views and statues...I cannot recall exactly where this one is but snapped it on the second day we were "living" in Switzerland.