My inspiration for my photography: Daniel Chester French's iconic memorial to Abraham Lincoln. This grand monument has been the backdrop of D.C. Confidential for 800 posts. It seems only fitting that it should be the last photo on this blog.
Well, folks, let's face it: D.C. Confidential's time has come. I love this blog and I love the city it initially covered. I've featured a lot of what makes Washington, D.C., beautiful and worth visiting and I'm proud of many of the photos I've posted here.
This blog started out with two purposes: 1) to allow me to develop my photography skills and 2) to get out and discover Washington, D.C., as more than just a place where I was working. I think I've accomplished both goals.
In May 2009, I relocated to Whidbey Island, Washington, and was fully prepared to start a blog there, but I was only on the island three days before I left for a "temporary" job in Switzerland. That's where I am now and I've covered a bit of what I've seen in Europe. But this blog isn't the appropriate site for that, so I'm starting anew.
My thanks to everyone who has visited D.C. Confidential over the last two years or so. Your comments and support have meant a lot to me and I appreciate the time you each took to look at my photos and leave comments. My thanks also to Eric and all the folks who make up the Daily City Photo community. I've been privileged to meet and become friends with some of you and I look forward to continuing that trend!