Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C by Mohamed Boraie

A Prism, a camera, and dinosaurs! Yes, this is what happen when I visited the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington DC!

Recently, I have been trying to introduce the idea of using a glass prism (amazon) in my photography to add an additional natural flare to the image and to help me discover news ideas and inspirations in each image.

Some of the images below contain a natural flare from using a glass prism. 

Enjoy the images!

Location: Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History

Is the human race evolving or devolving?

Dinosaurs and an engagement session ..... who is interested?

Dinosaurs and an engagement session ..... who is interested?

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The Eastern Market - Washington, DC by Mohamed Boraie

Mirrors, clowns, graffiti... this is not what I expected when I left on sunday morning to wonder around the city. My friend suggested we visit the Eastern Market and I quickly agreed knowing that my camera ( and I ) will be happy.

Once I got to the flea section of the market, I smelled a strong coffee flying through the air, so I stopped at one of the booths that sells Colombian coffee for a quick espresso. It was one of the best espresso I had in a long time. Maybe, It was just a badly needed sunny day after a long winter of snow that made the espresso (everything that day too) feels and tastes better.

I wondered around looking for things that that I always fantasizes buying from a flea market. For example, an old leather bag that would had a different life and had experienced interesting stories before I become the new owner. Or Sometimes, I would be wondering around looking for an empty wooden boxes that you can smell the dust and feel its age when you touch it.  

Below are some of pictures I captured that day at Eastern Market in Washington DC.    

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