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[chapter 37 / washington, dc]

Couldn't get over how beautiful the light was when I was there. A very surprising and awe-inspiring trip to say the least. You see the capital on television and films all the time, but to physically be there and stand in front of the monuments is a completely different feeling. Even the architecture of their subway stations is quite magnificent. Psst, do you see the moon on the last photo?

TYPE LAYOUT AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY PEGGY WONG

16 comments:

  1. These are really breathtaking, Peggy. Was just thinking, if you ever decided to host a class or workshop of sorts, I would love to attend and soak up a bit of your knowledge. :)

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    1. Thanks Jess! Haven't thought about workshops and such, but you'll be the first to know ;)

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  2. your mastery of light is amazing. always inspiring, peggy! and great to meet you as well :)

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    1. Thanks Rick, and so great to meet you too :)

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  3. wonderful light! and your pictures are fabulous as always, simply adore each and every one of them! xx

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  4. They are magnificent! and how lucky to get shots free of other people! ;) Kx

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  5. which camera did you use in this shoots?

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  6. the shots are perfect .. I would love to know what camera you use

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    1. Thanks so much! I shoot with my Canon 5D Mark II.

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  7. Oh my....love, like, adore, these images so much!!! My heart goes out to the second image. Beautiful shot.

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  8. these are so stunning, especially the sunlight coming through the columns, gorgeous!
    Sally

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  9. Love these! I've never been to DC and I think I need to change that asap. xnicole

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  10. These are such gorgeous photos. What I love about your photography is that the images are so evocative, I always feel transported when I'm reading your blog! I also really love the overexposed shot of the Ellsworth Kelly sculpture in your previous post.

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  11. I live in DC and it's always refreshing to see a new take on the city. The 6th photo down is really lovely.

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