Friday, December 7, 2018


Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception

Sunday, December 10, 2017

First Snow - Winter 2017

Then the first snow came, she went out to brush the snow away...
- Bobby Goldsboro, Honey.

Monday, November 6, 2017

Fall 2017

While we enjoy the beautiful colors of Fall and all the summer memories we recall, it's inevitable that these things won't last, at least until the next season. Seasons come and go. So does the old things. We need to let go of the past. To give way to a new, and hopefully better future. This is the view that I wake up to, during fall. Winter is coming and hopefully, I'll capture a winter version of this view. Stay tuned.

Sunday, April 16, 2017


You may feel alone
So many things on your own
So, why not, come home?

Late bloomer?

Took this photo on the week before the Sakura Festival 2017. The irregular weather pattern took toll on the blooming of delicate sakura flowers.

Saturday, April 1, 2017

Squirrel at Lafayette Park

A photo of a gray squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis pennsylvanicus) I took today at Lafayette Square. Gray squirrels are typically 12 - 21 inches long and weigh 1 - 1.5 lbs. Body color ranges form grayiish to yellow brown with light underbelly, hind legs and chin. They usually have 1 to 2 litters a year and 2 - 4 young per litter. They are usually active from dawn up to late afternoon.

Squirrels do not hibernate but become less active during cold seasons using leaf nests and tree cavities for protection. We have one nest on a tree near the porch :-)

They dig shallow holes to store nuts and other foods for winter. They are primarily herbivores, with a diet that can include nuts, seeds, insects eggs, fruits and baby birds.

They are typically docile animals and mind their own business, but can become aggressive when protecting their young.

Monday, July 4, 2016

Mr. Bunny Rabbit

Hello! Mr. Bunny Rabbit, will you have some tea?
No, no! Thank you, not for me.
I like to eat carrots
I don't like tea!

Here's a photo of a rabbit running around near the house, wary of the sometimes presence of a fox (who's quite loud when gets frustrated when unable to catch a rabbit).

Sunday, December 13, 2015

The Things You Are To Me

If I held in my hand, every grain of sand
Since time first began to be
Still I could never count, measure the amount
Of all the things you are to me
If I could paint the sky, hang it out to dry
I would want the sky to be
Oh, such a grand design, an everlasting sign
Of all the things you are to me

You are the sun, that comes on summer winds
You are the falling year, that autumn brings
You are the wonder and the mystery
In everything I see, The things you are to me

Sometimes I wake at night, and suddenly take fright
You might be just fantasy
But then you reach for me, and once again I see
All the things you are to me
You are the sun, That comes on summer winds
You are the falling year, that autumn brings
You are the wonder and the mystery
In everything I see, the things you are to me
All the things you are… to me

The song just came to mind while looking at this picture. I took this some time ago during our visit at Skyline Drive in Virginia.

Saturday, December 12, 2015

Friday, March 27, 2015

Few Days Before Spring 2015

Few days before spring of 2015, I took this picture. This is near the old location of Washington Post at 15th St. Somehow this picture I took invokes a feeling of emptiness.