Category Archives: D.C.

Fashion show

The D.C. Fashion Incubator had a show on August 31st at the W Hotel, showcasing emerging fashion designers who are part of their program. Fabric design by Thomas Massanier: Zika-protective clothing, using mosquito netting and treated fabrics, by Fawn Jordan of The Wearable Art Gallery: The “Hummingbird Collection” by Belle Flowers: Menswear collection “Poetic Injustice” … Continue reading Fashion show

Hot day at the Zoo

In the strong mid-day summer heat, not too many animals are outside at the National Zoo, but it is an opportunity to look at some of the smaller animals indoors at the Reptile Center and at Amazonia. And there is always a crowd watching the sea lions:

NPS 100th

Today is the 100th birthday of the founding of the National Park Service, and in celebration NPS staged a massive version of their logo on the Mall. It was created by 1,200 volunteers holding colored umbrellas, and photographed from above by a helicopter. Here they are getting ready for it: And here’s what it looked … Continue reading NPS 100th


On summer Sundays, tango dancers congregate at Freedom Plaza.  With the Capitol in the distance and the evening light, it combines for a wonderfully romantic scene. And the shoes are amazing!


The new exhibit at the National Building Museum, ICEBERGS, takes over the great hall with icebergs ranging from 16 to 56 feet tall. The work was designed by James Corner Field Operations, who also was the lead project architect for the High Line in New York. The icebergs are in an enclosure surrounded by netting, … Continue reading ICEBERGS