Summer vacation is here and so begins our flurry of trips, pics, and memory making. In an effort to be in the MOMENT more I've chosen to cut-back the time I spend snapping pics on my iPhone, updating statuses on social media, and even texting. I am going to spend more face-time with my family and friends and less catching-up online. More picking up the old fashioned telephone and having a proper conversation. More personal connecting. I feel like now is the time to dis-connect to re-connect. Ever feel that way?! I'm kinda just going with the flow and doing what feels good at the moment.
I have a slew of photos that I was planning on sharing with you from our recent trip to Washington, DC but I've decided to share Washington my way. Through an artistic eye rather than a tourist's eye. Sure, I can show you all the photos from famous buildings and monuments that are really amazing to see in person and to be honest, they caught my breath when I first saw them. But when looking at my photos, what caught my eye were shots that were subtle, and beautiful and from a different perspective perhaps.
So here are some photos from Washington, DC - my way. Just photos, no captions.
Take notice of the shapes, angles and patterns. There's so much to take in, in that beautiful capitol! I know I'll return one day and spend more time exploring the many museums, buildings and restaurants!