Fall for Fall

Happy Fall! For those in the Northern Hemisphere, the autumn season is finally upon us. This is my favorite season. I love the weather, the foliage, the food (soup season!), the drinks (pumpkin, cinnamon, apple cider!), the clothes (sweater weather, here we come), and everything else associated with this time of the year. I only wish that the fall season was a bit longer.

Fall in the Washington, DC area is always a delight. I can’t wait to take photos once the foliage changes. But in the meantime, check out my photos from last year’s autumn.

Old Town Alexandria

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where flowers bloom, so does hope

While it’s June and we’re nearing the official start of summer, the sad truth is that spring ended long ago and the infamous summer humidity of Washington, D.C. is back in full force. These days, we see longer winters and summers but only the quickest glimpse of an idyllic spring in the city.

To reminisce on the barely week that was spring, I’m telling my spring story in pictures.

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Tulips from Bloomia

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