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Scenes of Washington: Winter in Rock Creek Park

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M.V. Jantzen is a resident of DC who bikes the region with his camera, documenting streetscapes, events, parks, and people. He posts his photos primarily to


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M.V. You're a fantastic photographer! Have you considered doing this professionally? Or at least entering your photographs in contests?

by Lance on Jan 31, 2010 10:27 am • linkreport

Usually I am not crazy about the photo montages. But this one is very good.

by Jazzy on Jan 31, 2010 9:36 pm • linkreport

Is the car going the wrong way in the 3rd (1st col, 2nd row) picture?

by Yellow1 on Feb 1, 2010 1:06 am • linkreport

@Lance - thanks, and I would jump at the chance to get paid to do this full-time! Haven't gotten in any shows yet; maybe this will be the year.

@Yellow1: The photo was taken on a weekday morning, when I think the parkway is one way - I agree the car seems to be going in the wrong direction, but don't recall.

by Michael on Feb 1, 2010 7:53 am • linkreport

@ Yellow1, Michael -- Must be. You can see the "do not enter" sawhorse on the northbound P street onramp.

by ah on Feb 1, 2010 9:54 am • linkreport

The one way peak direction is kind of peculiar. Do other major cities have this? Seems that it can be confusing and dangerous to out of towners.

by pt on Feb 1, 2010 11:16 am • linkreport

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