It’s been kind of a spectacular August for D.C. – even the New York Times admits it. Bryan Bowman found what must surely be one of the few unused outdoor spots in the city right now, turning it into a dreamy little still life.
Photographer Yonas Hassen found this interesting interplay of light and shadow on the bus. From left to right the light is in a square, a triangle and then another square. If you read the words casting a shadow carefully it reads, “Adams Morgan Golden Triangle.” Another great example to show that it’s always good to have your camera ready.
It’s always refreshing to find an experimental shot that features an oft-photographed subject such as the Washington Monument. Wait… and is that the Capitol peeking out from the bottom left corner? Double winner!! Photographer David Abizaid mentions in the description that he was toying with long exposure (1.8 seconds, to be precise) and zoom to achieve this dazzling sci-fi movie-like effect.