Posts Tagged ‘Andres R Alonso Photography’

NASCAR – Wide Angle View

Well, today is the start of the NASCAR season with the running of the Daytona 500.  After five years back in the DC area, I’ve been weaning myself off NASCAR.  Don’t get me wrong, it’s not that I don’t like it, but there is so much else going on that I don’t catch as many […]

3.3.10

March 3, 2010: The old Cider Barrel, an old Montgomery County landmark sits alongside Route 355 in Gaithersburg, Maryland. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso, All Rights Reserved.

2.25.10

February 25, 2010: Posters on a wall at a country store of Route 108 near Laytonsville, Maryland.. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso, All Rights Reserved.

2.22.10

February 22, 2010: Kayaks sit covered with a blanket of snow below Key Bridge in Washington, DC. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso, All Rights Reserved.

2.18.10

February 18, 2010: A tombstone and flag sit covered in snow at a cemetery in Laytonsville, Maryland. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved

2.17.10

February 17, 2010: Roadside Memorial. A cross rises above the snow at a roadside memorial on Fieldcrest Drive in Montgomery County. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved.

2.16.10

February 16, 2010: Poles protruding through the snow create a nice monochromatic, abstract scene in a field of snow near Sunshine, Maryland. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved.

2.15.10

February 15, 2010: A fence sits above the two feet of snow in the surrounding field off Route 108 in Laytonsville, Maryland. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved.

2.14.10

February 14, 2010: WASHINGTON, D.C. – MARYLAND – VIRGINIA. Happy Valentines Day, with a card made by my artistic wife: background snow…. by God. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights.

2.13.10

February 13, 2010: WASHINGTON, D.C. – MARYLAND – VIRGINIA. A delivery truck sits on the side of the road in Gaithersburg, MD. With the 2010 Winter Olympic Games starting, my eyes were drawn to the name “APOLLO.” Not of greek mythology, but of speed skating, gold medal fame, Apollo Ohno. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved.

2.12.10

February 12, 2010: WASHINGTON, D.C. — BLIZZARD OF 2010: Animal tracks are the only signs of life in the fields, as the we dig out of the 3 to 4 feet of snow around Olney, Maryland. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved

2.11.10

February 11, 2010: WASHINGTON, D.C. – BLIZZARD OF 2010: Blue skies greeted residents of the Washington, DC metropolitan area today, after yesterdays blizzard. An additional 10-18 inches of snow, on top of the 28+ inches last weekend, has made this the snowiest season in 125 years. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved

2.10.10

February 10, 2010: WASHINGTON, D.C. — BLIZZARD OF 2010: Windshield wipers sit erect at a Toyota dealership in Rockville, Maryland in the midst of the second round of the Blizzard of 2010. With blizzard strength winds, 6 – 10 inches of snow fell on top of the 27 – 36 inches from last weekend. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved

2.9.10

February 8, 2010: WASHINGTON, D.C. Ñ BLIZZARD OF 2010: Snow banks line every street in Washington, DC and its suburbs. Snow shovels are going like “hotcakes.” Tonight, 6-10 more inches and no school for the rest of the week. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved

2.7.10

February 7, 2010: WASHINGTON, D.C. – BLIZZARD OF 2010: The morning after, the “massive” snowstorm that passed through the Washington, D.C. brought out clear skies and lots of snow to be shoveled. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved

2.6.10

February 5, 2010: The Blizzard of 2010, socked the Washington, D.C. area with anywhere between 24 & 40 inches of snow. They asked people not to drive, so many took to wlaking the streets. A family stroll’s down Connecticut Avenue near Military Road. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved

02.03.10

February 3, 2010: A quick moving storm put down a fresh coat of 4″ of snow near Sunshine, MD. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved