Library of Congress

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Library of Congress 2013    Canon EOS 5D Mark II 35mm f9 1/200 ISO 100

The last photo from my taster of Washington D.C., onto Manhattan in the next post. Washington is a fascinating place, full of history, architecture and patriotism that makes it a true pleasure to visit. I look forward to the time that I can visit it again. My next venture to this city will be for a lot longer than 4 days, hopefully 2-3 weeks, so I can exhaust my photographic inspiration of this wonderful capital city.

In celebration of my 100th Blog Post I’m having the offer of 10% off everything on my gallery site. Valid from 11/10/2013 – 18/10/2013.

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About Daniel Long

Hello my name is Daniel, I have been doing photography since I was 14, with which i started with an old fashioned film SLR. I enjoyed it so much that when I was 16 I saved up and upgraded to a Canon 20D DSLR, which was the camera I used until recently when I upgraded again to a Canon 5D mark II. It has always been my dream to travel around the world taking photographs, and some day I hope to fulfil this dream. However until that moment I continue to practice around my home county of Kent, UK, and whenever I am able to go on holiday I practice enthusiastically. I hope you enjoy my photographs, and that you will find them pleasing enough to possibly hang them in your home. Thank you for your support. Twitter: @danlong250 Photography website: drlphotographyonline.com e-mail address: drlphotography@aol.co.uk
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2 Responses to Library of Congress

  1. Daniel, thanks so much for the follow, really appreciated. Have a good week. MM 🍀

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