Thank you to everyone who joined us last night for the opening reception and artist talk for the new MVT Photo Walk! Four local photographers spent 24 hours documenting #LifeInMVT in an exhibit that can be viewed 24/7 along K Street NW and in Prather’s Alley. We also want to thank HEMPHILL for hosting the event and Mount Vernon Triangle Community Improvement District for partnering with us to bring photography to the streets of MVT.
- The exhibit “Dap is a Love Language” is closing tomorrow at Creative Grounds DC.
- An image of a peregrine falcon protecting her young from a pelican won this year’s Bird Photographer of the Year award.
- An impressive meteor surprised viewers as far south as Richmond and as far north as New York this past Sunday.
- Adams Morgan Day and Mt Pleasant Library present “History on Belmont” this Sunday from 12-6 p.m. with photographs and other art celebrating the neighborhood.
- The Washington Post’s photography department set out to portray the rich human and natural landscapes that make up the region in this summer roundup.
- Winners of LensCulture’s street photography awards captured everything from city cats to church gatherings.
- Ben Geier’s ongoing series, Abandoned Theaters, show remnants and relics of an earlier era.
- Commercial photographer Blair Bunting is one of a handful of people to ever fly in a U-2 spy plane with incredible images documenting the experience.
- Check out the various classes Capital Photography Center offers if you’re looking to grow your skillset or gain special access to sites outside of regular hours.