A photographic story the nations capital, Washington DC.
Travis M. Chance
Travis Chance Photography
About the AuthorTravis M. Chance
tmchance Washington DC
I'm Travis Chance, a freelance photographer currently residing in Washington DC. I graduated from University of North Carolina at Greensboro where I played baseball & an eagerness for an urban lifestyle brought me to the nation’s capital. My wife, Cameo and I have two children, Camryn & Kellan. Outside of my family, career & photography, I played 3 seasons of minor league professional football & am curently active in developing local high school baseball players.
I embraced photography in the latter part of 2008 after realizing that I could creatively share the way I see with world with others. While modern technology has opened doors beyond the limitations of cameras, I strive to create artistic interpretations of real subjects using techniques that preserve reality of the image.
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Publish Date December 13, 2011
Category Arts & Photography
Tags Pennsylvania Ave, Constitution Ave, DC Metro, Washington DC Metro, Tidal Basin, the Preamble, We the People, Smithsonian Museum, Arlington National Cemetery, Capital Bikeshare, National Building Museum, National Cathedral, World War II Memorial, WWII Memorial, Barak Obama, President Obama, the White House, Potomac River, Latter Day Saints, Temple in Washington DC, LDS Temple in DC, × LDS Temple, National Museum of the American Indian, DuPont Circle, Air Force Memorial, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial × Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial × Roosevelt Memorial × FDR Memorial, National Arboretum, Man Controlling Trade, Federal Trade Commission, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Tomb of the Unknowns, Tomb of the Unknown, Vietnam Veterans statue, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, Nation's Capital, Iwo Jima Memorial, DC Cherry Blossoms, Cherry Blossoms, JF Kennedy Memorial, John F. Kennedy, Lincoln Memorial, District of Columbia, Reflecting Pool, Washington Monument, the US Capitol building, Washington DC, Pentagon, FDR