Photos taken during the winter of 2009-2010 when the greater Washington, D.C. area had the largest snow accumulation in its history. It was also very cold and icy. The U.S. Federal Government was closed for 4 1/2 days because it was very difficult to get around with any kind of transportation.
I was a historian and social science researcher for the U.S. Federal Government and wrote books and articles on environmental topics. I am also the author of "Rhythm Vision" and "Oozing the Moon".
The Mall - Heart of D.C. Published November 30, 2011
When Colors Collide Published October 15, 2011
Bench Back Lake Photography Published July 25, 2011
Montanamania Published June 06, 2011
It's Greek to me Published April 03, 2011
And So There Was Light Dennis M. Roth Published March 17, 2011
Shooting Galleries IV Published February 03, 2011
Lake Affections Published December 16, 2010