In my ample (ha!) spare time, I like to take photos.  That’s truly what the sky over Washington, DC looked like on February 9, 2008.  Well, okay, I bumped up the contrast a bit, but it really was purple.

Here’s the full frame (I flipped it for the header above because this WordPress theme forces the text to the left):

Photo of a purple sky over the Washington Monument and nearby buildings in Washington, DC

Lilac Evening

I like to shoot a variety of subjects, but here’s a group of shots of Washington, DC from my portfolio on DPChallenge.com (which is a fantastic community if you’re into digital photography).

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