Every once in a while I like to go through my archive of photos. This helps me in two ways. First, I get to see all the old photos that I took and relive the moments. I mean, that is what this is all about. “Capturing Memories for a Lifetime”. Second, every time I go through the archive, I see photos I did not think of the first time through. Whether it is because I have learned a new processing technique or just seeing it differently, I find this is a refreshing process for me. How often do you go through your archive?
Today’s Photo: Freer Gallery of Art (Asian History)
Walking around the National Mall was so much fun. Thankfully I have relatives in the area so visiting is a must and then, I would be so close, I would not be able to miss another round at this amazingly historic area. I think next time, I will have to make time for the Library of Congress and Union Station.
This is the front of the Freer Gallery of Art building which houses the Asian History Museum which is part of the Smithsonian Institute. I had passed this by on my last couple of trips through the archives (of photos of course), but this last time, it just jumped out at me. I loved the textures of the building.