One of the many things I love about my job with Adobe, is the opportunity to see so many different regions in both the US and Canada. Granted, I don't often have the time to do any site-seeing, but when I do get a few free hours, I try to make the most of it. This was the case recently, when I travelled to Washington to present at the NMC 2015 Summer Conference.
The evening weather was hot and sticky, but I made my way via hotel shuttle and the Metro, down to the National Mall, walking from the Smithsonian station, down to the Washington Monument, then on to the Lincoln Memorial.
I'm sure every image I've captured here has been captured before, thousands of times, but to be standing near these massive structures certainly pulled at my emotions. A sense of wonder, to be sure, and awe, to see these amazing works of beauty and construction. The passion, loss, hope and strength of my neighbours to the south impacted me deeply. I hope this shows in some small way in these images.