Underground Adventures

Black And White Photography, Photography, Rico Rodriguez
Washington DC, Woodley Park

Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln Memorial – Washington DC

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President Lincoln

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Seen at National Harbor, Washington DC (In Bronze)

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, Washington DC

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Cherry Blossom Festival, Washington DC

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President Thomas Jefferson, DC

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Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Washington DC

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One Bright Morning

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Signs of the Times

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Wheelchair-pound protestor at Trump International Hotel Washington DCProtestors, Trump International Hotel Washington DC

November 8th can’t come soon enough for me. Four days and counting …

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Paddleboats and Memorials

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Paddleboaters on Tidal Basin in front of Jefferson MemorialTidal Basin, Jefferson Memorial, Washington, D.C.

Enjoying a refreshingly cooler summer day in DC, my husband and I decided to do something we had never done in our 36 years in the area: we donned orange lifejackets and paddled around the Tidal Basin. From the Martin Luther King Jr Memorial to the FDR Memorial and finally to the Jefferson, it took us an hour. Despite thinking an hour wasn’t going to be long enough, it was just right to make the rounds of the Basin (and get in a good workout!).

Capturing a decent shot of other paddle boaters was much more difficult – trying to maneuver our boat while others were maneuvering theirs while attempting to get a clear shot of the monument with minimal camera blur took some patience and quite a bit of luck. This was the best shot and a fun remembrance of the day.

For more of my work, visit VisualVenturing.com.