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"Ethical people don't assault" is written in chalk on the sidewalk in front of the Founding Church of Scientology in Washington DC following an alleged attack by Scientologists on an Anonymous protester.

Featured: June 8, 2009

Photographed: June 6, 2009


Two men play a chess game in Dupont Circle, in Washington DC.

Featured: May 29, 2009

Photographed: August 3, 2005

Notes: This photo is part of the Shades of Gray Photography set.


A masked woman strikes a contemplative pose at the end of an anti-war march in Crystal City, Virginia.

Featured: May 23, 2009

Photographed: March 21, 2009

Notes: This photo is part of the March on Crystal City photo set.


A Mennonite choir sings hymns in Dupont Circle in Washington DC.

Featured: May 13, 2009

Photographed: May 9, 2009


Reflection of the Roanoke Star off of the rain-soaked boards of the M. Carl Andrews Overlook in Roanoke, Virginia.

Featured: May 7, 2009

Photographed: May 3, 2009


A tulip in Dupont Circle, in Washington DC.

Featured: April 29, 2009

Photographed: April 26, 2009


Concrete fragments and other debris cover the ground following the demolition of an office building in the Rosslyn neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia.

Featured: April 24, 2009

Photographed: November 2, 2008


Anti-war demonstrators provide food to a homeless man that the group encountered along their march route.

Featured: April 14, 2009

Photographed: March 21, 2009

Notes: This photo is part of the March on Crystal City photo set from 2009 in Life and Times.


"Exorcist Steps" at the west end of the Georgetown neighborhood in Washington DC.

Featured: April 8, 2009

Photographed: June 13, 2008

Notes: For more information about these steps, see Washingtonpost.com's Going Out Guide. See also The Exorcist (film) on Wikipedia.


Tables and chairs on a rooftop patio in downtown Washington DC.

Featured: April 2, 2009

Photographed: August 6, 2008


Code Pink banner outside an office building in Crystal City, Virginia, during ANSWER Coalition's March on the Pentagon.

Featured: March 24, 2009

Photographed: March 21, 2009

Notes: This photo is part of the March on Crystal City photo set from 2009 in Life and Times. This caption was written was before I came up with the more accurate "March on Crystal City" title.


Demonstrators converge on the Dupont Circle fountain at the end of Funk the War 7, an anti-war protest sponsored by the Washington DC chapter of Students for a Democratic Society.

Featured: March 20, 2009

Photographed: March 19, 2009

Notes: This photo is part of the Funk the War 7 photo set from 2009 in Life and Times.


Paving tiles at the former location of the Journalists' Memorial, at Freedom Park in Arlington, Virginia.

Featured: March 15, 2009

Photographed: September 7, 2008

Notes: This photo goes with a Journal entry made in September 2008, where I discovered that all of the exhibits at Freedom Park had been removed.


Glenmont station, eastern terminus of the Red Line of the Washington Metro.

Featured: March 8, 2009

Photographed: March 7, 2009


Three American flags fly outside Union Station in Washington DC.

Featured: March 1, 2009

Photographed: May 17, 2008


Intersection of two barrel vault ceilings at Metro Center station in Washington DC.

Featured: February 22, 2009

Photographed: February 21, 2009

Notes: First photo feature taken with then-new Canon Powershot S10 IS camera.


A woman holds a sign up during a demonstration in support of transgender equality during the "Funk the HRC" event held outside the Washington Convention Center.

Featured: February 14, 2009

Photographed: October 4, 2008


Gee, I don't know. What do you think?

Featured: February 9, 2009

Photographed: February 9, 2009

Notes: This particular photo feature is a tribute to the Today's Special episode "Hello Friend". The title was written in Blissymbols. The first symbol means "mouth", the next two symbols mean "meeting", the next symbol means "person", the heart indicates feeling, and then the final two symbols mean "good". Thus it's something you say when you meet a person you like. Thus, "Hello, friend." The caption that is shown with this photo is based on the way the episode was introduced: "Today's Special is... gee, I don't know. What do you think?"


A man dressed in a green zentai poses in dress pants, dress shirt, tie, and fedora hat in front of the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool and the Washington Monument during the Over 9000 Anon March in Washington DC.

Featured: February 4, 2009

Photographed: July 19, 2008

Notes: This photo is color-enhanced, with all colors except green removed.


A car sits damaged in a vacant lot following an accident on an icy road.

Featured: January 27, 2009

Photographed: January 27, 2009

Notes: This photo was taken from my apartment balcony. At the time of this accident, it was sleeting heavily outside. The occupant of the vehicle was carried off on a stretcher and taken away in an ambulance.


An anti-war march proceeds down Pennsylvania Avenue NW towards the United States Capitol.

Featured: January 17, 2009

Photographed: September 15, 2007

Notes: This photo is from the September 15 Anti-War March photo set in Life and Times.


A "caution" cone lies on its side in the Rosslyn neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia.

Featured: January 11, 2009

Photographed: June 8, 2005


Interior of Breda 2039, a car on the Washington Metro, as seen from the floor.

Featured: January 4, 2009

Photographed: June 8, 2005


A stop sign is turned into an anti-war statement with the addition of a sticker, in the Shaw neighborhood of Washington DC.

Featured: December 28, 2008

Photographed: July 18, 2006


Metrobus sign at Glenmont station in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Featured: December 25, 2008

Photographed: May 19, 2008


Eisenhower Avenue station in Alexandria, Virginia, as seen from the rear of a departing train.

Featured: December 17, 2008

Photographed: June 1, 2008


Two women sit meditating at the center of a labyrinth at East Liberty Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Featured: December 11, 2008

Photographed: October 17, 2003

Notes: This image is a crop of this photo from the Pittsburgh with LPCM photo set in College Life.


A Montgomery County Sheriff's Office vehicle blocks off a street where a car fire had occurred in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Featured: December 7, 2008

Photographed: October 19, 2008

Notes: This photo goes with a Journal entry made in November 2008.


A group of mostly-armless mannequins sits on a row of tables at the former Steve and Barry's store at Staunton Mall in Staunton, Virginia.

Featured: November 30, 2008

Photographed: November 25, 2008

Notes: This photo goes with a Journal entry made in November 2008.


Workmen install ductwork in a hotel under construction on New York Avenue NE in Washington DC.

Featured: November 23, 2008

Photographed: May 19, 2008

Notes: The hotel shown here is the Courtyard by Marriott hotel located adjacent to the NoMa-Gallaudet U (formerly New York Avenue) station.


A woman speaks at the People's Tribunal at the end of the October Rebellion protest against the World Bank and International Monetary Fund in Washington DC.

Featured: November 13, 2008

Photographed: October 20, 2007

Notes: This photo is a black and white conversion of this image, part of the October Rebellion photo set in Life and Times.


Bench at a highway rest area near New Market, Virginia.

Featured: November 7, 2008

Photographed: May 4, 2008


The American flag flies over the west front of the United States Capitol building in Washington DC.

Featured: November 1, 2008

Photographed: July 7, 2001

Notes: This image is from the 2001 Photography set The Schumin Web Salutes America.


A man audits a woman as part of a Free Brains Test during Anonymous's "Zombie Apocalypse" protest against Scientology in Washington DC.

Featured: October 29, 2008

Photographed: October 18, 2008

Notes: This photo has been digitally enhanced - the color in this photo was ramped down considerably to create the "undead" effect to go with this halloween-themed photo.


Interior of a Breda car on the Washington Metro.

Featured: October 26, 2008

Photographed: September 29, 2007

Notes: This photo is from the same day as the Weekend with Katie photo set. The washed-out quality in this photo is deliberate, as I made the lighting somewhat extreme-looking for effect. The car is Breda 4062.


A car is covered in foam following its accidental destruction by fire on a street in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Featured: October 23, 2008

Photographed: October 19, 2008

Notes: This photo is related to the October 19 Journal entry entitled "Car fire!".


A pumpkin carved to resemble Guy Fawkes smokes a cigarette at Anonymous's "Zombie Apocalypse" protest against the Church of Scientology in Washington DC.

Featured: October 19, 2008

Photographed: October 18, 2008


A long-reach excavator demolishes part of a floor slab on a building in the Rosslyn neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia.

Featured: October 9, 2008

Photographed: October 4, 2008


Traffic moves over the Key Bridge between the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington DC and the Rosslyn neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia, as seen from the Georgetown side.

Featured: October 5, 2008

Photographed: June 13, 2008


A 1000-series Metro train travels past a graffiti-covered wall to arrive at Brookland-CUA station in Washington DC.

Featured: September 27, 2008

Photographed: June 1, 2008


A woman pumps her fist in the air prior to eating a piece of cake at Anonymous's "Operation Sea Arrrgh" demonstration against the Church of Scientology in Washington DC.

Featured: September 22, 2008

Photographed: June 14, 2008

Notes: This image is part of the Operation Sea Arrrgh Photography set


The concrete and steel of the Turnberry Towers building rises high above the steeple of a church in the Rosslyn neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia.

Featured: September 16, 2008

Photographed: September 7, 2008

Notes: The church in question is the church that is built above a gas station - Arlington Temple United Methodist Church.


1801 North Lynn Street, an office tower in the Rosslyn neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia.

Featured: September 12, 2008

Photographed: September 7, 2008


Virginia Beach fishing pier at night.

Featured: September 7, 2008

Photographed: August 27, 2008


A young child has buried herself up to her waist in sand at Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Featured: September 1, 2008

Photographed: August 27, 2008


The Netherlands Carillon stands tall against the sky in a park in Arlington, Virginia.

Featured: August 23, 2008

Photographed: August 6, 2008


A woman writes "XENU" across the chest of an inflatable alien doll in Dupont Circle, ahead of a protest against the Church of Scientology by Anonymous.

Featured: August 18, 2008

Photographed: August 16, 2008


A man uses a crowbar to demolish part of a building in the Rosslyn neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia.

Featured: August 11, 2008

Photographed: August 6, 2008


A demonstrator holds up an anti-war sign despite heavy rain during the Funk the War 3 demonstration in Washington DC.

Featured: July 31, 2008

Photographed: March 19, 2008

Notes: This photo from Funk the War 3 was one of Big Mavica's final photos in the rainstorm that wrecked it, as the ring of condensation around the edge indicates that the camera had been taking on water.


The Washington Monument emerges from a shadow while a flock of Canadian geese swims in the reflecting pool.

Featured: July 20, 2008

Photographed: July 19, 2008