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When you get the chance to photograph the engagement session of a fantastic couple and one of them just happens to work at for the National Cathedral, well let’s just say even from the beginning, I had a feeling it was going to be amazing. 122 more words

Photography

Westonbirt Treetop Walkway

What could be nicer than a relaxing walk in the countryside? A relaxing walk on a giant treetop walkway of course!

The National Arboretum in Gloucestershire is no stranger to creating visual impact. 326 more words

Design

I Found My Thrill on Azalea Hill

I am not a big fan of Azaleas. Part of the reason is that they don’t grow well where I now live in Chicago. Even growing up outside New York City, where Azaleas are fairly common, they did not appeal to me. 551 more words

Shrubs And Small Trees

8 Crazy Things You Can Only Find in the District

One of the best things about the greater DMV is discovering those one-of-a-kind destinations; the must-do activities that set our town apart from other towns. We hunted around for some of the coolest – and rarest – things you can do in the 25 square miles that make up our Nation’s Capital. 270 more words

Indoor Fun

Celebrating a Living Collection Exhibition @ National Arboretum

10 March to 25 April 2016

The current exhibition at the National Arboretum is titled Celebrating a Living Collection. The panels allow you to see a photographic exhibition of the history and progress of the National Arboretum Canberra, as well as some of the plans and designs for the future. 71 more words

Canberra

Live cam Baby Eagles hatch in D.C.

High in a tulip poplar, nesting bald eagles are carefully watching their baby birds hatch. This tree is in the United States National Arboretum  in Washington, D.C. 94 more words

Boyer Writes

Mr. President and the First Lady

National Arboretum Bald Eagle High-Definition 24-7 Live Cam

http://www.eagles.org/dceaglecam/

The eggs are expected to hatch tomorrow, 3/15/16, on my son Jeb Burchick’s birthday.  March 15 is the… 328 more words

Nature