Monthly Archives: March 2011

Cherry Blossoms

This year, finally, I managed to take some pictures of the famous DC Cherry Blossoms. I landed in DCA at around 6:15AM and on my way to work stopped by the Tidal Basin and took a few sunrise photos. A … Continue reading

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Ready for Business

I can’t remember the name of this place, we walked through it a few times, mainly during busy times. This was taken in early morning before it was opened.

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The Butt

The butt of Space Shuttle Enterprise, you don’t want to be there when it is working, its fiery farts will burn you alive. Thankfully it is seating in a museum and there is no danger of standing behind it.

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Alpine Summer

Today I’m taking a virtual trip back to Tian Shan mountains. I like the contrast between alpine flowers and mid summer snow. Snow was fairly dirty by this time and we didn’t play snowballs, and fortunately my daughter didn’t try … Continue reading

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In Perfect Union

These birdies were enjoying sunset together with me. Big storm just passed through Marco Island, with plenty of food on the shore. I think they came there for some feast. I didn’t see them again during our 3 days stay … Continue reading

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Mac’s Truck

Early morning in Key West. No street vendors or any other folks around the shopping areas yet, nice morning in nice little city.

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Black Bird

Full frontal view of this mighty aircraft.  The fastest man flown aircrafts in the history. More information about Black Bird.

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