Today many head home to Waldorf, MD and beyond on US 301 and have no idea of the history that they are driving past everyday. It was only this week while researching for a project for a client that I learned about this lively side of Waldorf and Southern Maryland‘s history. This post is not aboutContinue reading “Waldorf and Southern Maryland’s “Little Vegas” past. Gambling: Few Reminders today.”
I’ve decided I want to blog more. Rather than just thinking about doing it, I’m starting right now. I will be posting on this blog once a day for the remainder of 2011. I know it won’t be easy, but it might be fun, inspiring, awesome and wonderful. Therefore I’m promising to make use ofContinue reading “I’m Posting every day for the remainder of 2011”
I never appreciated the beauty of the color purple until I saw masses of purple T-Shirts and purple and white balloons in downtown Washington this past Saturday.
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The inauguration of Pres. Barack Obama took place 1 year ago today. Reflecting on that day I notice that it was much colder last year weather wise but it is much colder this year politically.
On Saturday, August 29, 2009, Senator Edward Kennedy’s funeral procession traveled slowly through downtown Washington on its way to Arlington National Cemetery. I had the opportunity to capture these images as it passed along Constitution Avenue near 14th Street.
I’m Lonnie Dawkins, a photographer in the Washington, DC area. I consider myself a people photographer and focus on portraits, portfolios, and events. My work can be seen at http://www.lonniedawkins.com. Visit often as I add new images and information. Best Regards, Lonnie