Saturday, January 23, 2010
Friday, January 22, 2010
As a Verizon High Speed Internet Premium customer with access to Verizon Wi-Fi Hot Spots my exploration began on Friday, 14 January 2010 with a visit to the Starbucks at WMATA Federal Center Southwest Station at 409 3rd Street in SW Washington DC.
After checking the Wi-Fi-FreeSpot Directory for locations in Washingon DC on Thursday afternoon, 21 January 2010 I visited the Smithsonian Donald W. Reynolds Center at 8th and F Streets in NW Washington DC where free public wireless Internet access (Wi-Fi) is available throughout the Robert and Arlene Kogod Courtyard, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum's Luce Foundation Center, a skylit study center and open storage facility located on the third floor.
Taken during my Thursday, 21 January 2010 visit to the Smithsonian Reynolds Center Kogod Courtyard, click the image to view my Free Wi-Fi Hot Spots photo album.
Thursday, January 21, 2010
Having come across an MBT sign at the corner of 2nd and L Street in NE Washington DC on Tuesday afternoon, 19 January 2010 ... I'm already contemplating a spring 2010 MBT Walk similar to my 8 June 2009 exploration along the Woodrow Wilson Bridge Trail from Alexandria VA to National Harbor in Fort Washington MD.
Click the image to view my newly launched Metropolitan Branch Trail (MBT) photo album.
An eight mile trail that runs from Union Station in the District of Columbia to Silver Spring in Maryland, visit the Metropolitan Branch Trail (MBT) website for more information.
Washington, D.C. has long been the site of the country’s greatest ambitions for change in the name of progress. The 2010 Washington Auto Show: “Change Happens Here” not only symbolizes the hopes of the industry but marks the show’s achievements over the years. The Washington Auto Show has not only become the largest public show in Washington, D.C., it’s also a destination known for showcasing the latest innovations in sustainable technologies and convening the most influential leaders on the future of the automotive industry.
Included in my 2010 WMATA Billboard Displays project which focuses on ad campagins displayed through the WMATA system click the image to view my 2010 Washington Auto Show 'Change Happens Here' Ad Campaign series.
Originally uploaded by Erick Wilund
A NYC photographer and cancer survivor who I consider to be one of the best photographers on Flickr.
The competition closes attonight ... Thursday, 21 Janaury 2010 at midnight.
Feel free to cast your vote and show support for Erick Wilund at http://www.artistswanted.org/ewilund.
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
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You'll find some of those early disco songs in my December 2009 "First, Last & Everything" and "Save Your Love For Me" mixes.