Ruddy Roye, whose work explores race and inequality in the U.S., is one of the noted photographers speaking in DC next week. © Ruddy Roye
From the organizer:
“Get ready for Click DC – a month-long celebration of photography in the DC area that has a little bit of everything for local photographers and photography lovers during June.
The inaugural Click DC photo festival is a grassroots effort of more than 20 photography organizations, collectives and galleries that will host exhibits, talks, workshops and photo walks throughout the month. You can find the full schedule of events at www.clickdc.org.
Photo by Peyton Sherwood
Thanks to Peyton for sending from Adams Morgan:
“Dad does sunsets so I guess I’m in charge of sunrises.”
Photo by David Bell
Thanks to David for sending this amazing photo from the Wharf earlier this month.
And Phil Yabut for sending the beauty below from Capitol Hill:
Photo by PoPville flickr user DCbmyers
“Marvel at a vast, open space unlike anything you’ve seen in Washington. Inside the darkened Cathedral, moving lights illuminate the gothic architecture for a one-of-a-kind experience. The Cathedral would like to thank Atmosphere Lighting and Pike Productions for supporting or partnering with us on this annual week of events!”
Ed. Note: Tickets for the rest of the week here.
Photo by PoPville flickr user Victoria Pickering
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Photo by PoPville flickr user wolfpackWX
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Photo by Crystal B.
Photo by Stephen Marencic
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