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The plan last spring seemed simple: head to New York City for a couple of days I had free in mid-August and see the sites. Who knew it was going to feel like 107 degrees? I know, it was even … Continue reading
Yes, this is my company. I’ve been working with budding photographers for five seasons. Mostly, it’s Washingtonians rather than out-of-towners, though anyone is welcome. I offer theme tours — the Lincoln assassination, Embassy Row, Georgetown homes of the Kennedys, Mount … Continue reading
It’s late March. The snow is supposed to stop – right? You know, warm temperatures, cherry blossoms. Winter is over. So we’re starting our spring photo tours on Sunday, March 23 no matter what Old Man Winter says. Actually, it … Continue reading
Really, you need more than the dates? OK, the National Park Service said the peak should be April 8-12, but no one really knows. Indeed, the person who forecasted for many years retired so this is a rookie prediction. Even … Continue reading
When becoming a licensed Washington tour guide two years ago, my mentor Maricar Donato said find a niche. Something special I could provide that others don’t. Introducing Capital Photo History Tours. Local photographer Angela B. Pan, whose work like the … Continue reading