This photograph from regular contributor Chris Suspect is part of a show at Govinda Gallery in Georgetown that’s open until January 4. The show is a collection of images that six different photographers have created while documenting various bands. Tonight there’s a reception for the photographers at Gypsy Sally’s from 7:00 to 11:00 p.m. with performances from three of the bands in the exhibition.
Victoria Pickering transformed an everyday scene in L’Enfant Plaza into a frame that could have been pulled from a Hitchcock movie, thanks to the slight movement of the silhouette and positioning of the woman in the frame, and to the excellent composition and drama of the photo.
Messay Shoakena made this lovely image near the canal in Georgetown. The angle of the shadow, the runner coming out of it, and the rich texture of the wall all add up to a nicely composed photo.