Friday, March 30, 2007

Photo Safari in the Golden Triangle - Thursday, 19 April @ noontime

Love to take pictures? Grab your camera and brown bag and head to Farragut Square on April 19 for a noontime photo safari in one of the most beautiful areas of Washington, DC.

Produced by Washington Photo Safari in cooperation with the Golden Triangle BID, the noontime class will be led by professional architectural photographer and Washington Photo Safari director E. David Luria.

The event will begin at Farragut Square with an orientation on good travel photography techniques. Mr. Luria will show you how to capture tulips and the people enjoying a spring day in the park and then will lead you up Connecticut Avenue to photograph the magnificent St. Matthew’s Cathedral.

The photo safari will be held on Thursday, April 19, 12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m (Rain date: April 26). The fee is $39 per person and includes photography instruction materials. Space is limited. To sign up or for further information, contact Washington Photo Safari at or 202.537.0937.

Click above Street Life 2007 photo to view my ongoing Farragut Square photoset.

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