Last Sunday, I headed to Washington D.C. at 5 a.m. to make images of the long-awaited Cherry Blossoms at the Tidal Basin. I chose to shoot at sunrise when the morning light would cast the pink and white flowers in hues of pinks, purples and gold. At 630 a.m., I had tripod set-up and was shooting the flowers and monuments cast in the gorgeous morning light. These are two of the images I made from that day.
Walking among masses at the Sakura Matsuri – Japanese Street Festival last year in Washington D.C., this beautiful woman in a traditional Japanese kimono caught my eye. After processing the image afterwards, I noticed the man behind her. He’s fixated on her…admiring her from a distance…shadowing her every move so as not to lose her in the sea of people.