Posts Tagged ‘DC’

Nation's Triathlon

12 September 2010: The Nations Triathlon in Washington, DC with over 5,000 participants became the largest triathlon in the United States today.

6.1.10

31 May 2010: Memorial Day at Arlington Memorial Cemetery. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso. All Rights Reserved.

4.16.10

15 APRIL 2010: Depicting programs which were part of FDR’s New Deal. Robert Graham’s sculpture covers one wall which faces a quincunx (five columns) that bear the same image in reverse. This sculpture is part of the FDR Monument on the Mall in Washington, DC. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso. All Rights Reserved.

4.15.10

15 APRIL 2010: An Obama cartoon at the Tax Revolt Rally in Washington, DC. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso. All Rights Reserved.

3.11-12.10

Well today you get two days in one post! Two days of photography and 3,000+ images later, it’s good to be home and looking forward to shooting a little (lots) Basketball.  Over the last two days I’ve been shooting the: Forging a Convention on Crimes Against Humanity, at The Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C. for […]

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

01.22.10

Today youl get two for one. I attended the 2010 March for Life ( in Washington, DC) and I took so many pictures that it was hard to choose just one. But these two stand out for two reasons.  First, I applaud Catholic schools from all across the nation.  They were well represented and vocal […]

01.21.10

January 21, 2010: Vines wrap their way around the corner of a building at the Edmond Burke School in Washington, DC. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved