Something to R.A.V.E. About in D.C. This Week

One of the best things about living in Crofton, Maryland, is its convenience to both D.C. and Baltimore. There is always something going on, and usually MANY somethings going on in both cities.

This coming week, The Rotunda of the Russell Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C. will house an exhibit of photographs taken this past summer across the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.  This is the culmination of a summer-long project in which the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) partnered with the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP) to highlight the Chesapeake Clean Water Act (CCWA) through photographs, video, and stories.  The project was called “The Chesapeake Bay – Something to R.A.V.E. About.”  (R.A.V.E. = Rapid Assessment Visual Expedition.)

Anyone interested in photography or the environment will probably enjoy these blog posts and photos by some of the photographers throughout the summer:

The exhibit of 30 photographs will be open to the public this week from noon – 7 p.m. on Monday, 7 – 7 on Tuesday and Thursday, and 7 – 4 on Wednesday and Friday.  To view an online preview of the photographs in the exhibit, click on the link.  (But assume they are copyright and please don’t use them without contacting the photographer for permission).

Better yet… hop on the Metro at New Carrollton and head down to Capitol Hill to visit the R.A.V.E. Exhibit.

Maryland Real Estate Blog by CVGC Member Margaret Woda


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