Tricia Booker Photography

September 1, 2011

World War II Memorial

A highlight of the week was my photo walk in Washington, D.C. In editing photos today for work (and a few for play), I experimented with this HDR image of the National World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. It was a gorgeous night for photography and even for simply watching the sunset over the Lincoln Memorial to the West, which drew many tourists. I as I set up my tripod and worked on compositions, I enjoyed listening to the many different accents and languages being spoken by people who walked through the memorial. Several groups also stopped and asked me to use their cameras to photograph them to document their experience. I enjoyed sharing in their moment, even though brief, and hope that they enjoy that photograph for years to come.

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