14 mm

Before I left school,

I applied for membership in Canon Professional Services (CPS).

to get it, I had to prove I worked for a publication, and fill out a couple of forms.

They have a two day turn around on repairs,


and here’s the kicker,

they let you rent any lens and body they make, if they have it in stock.

Its like getting presents twice a month.


The first piece of equipment I decided to rent was the 14mm f/2.8L

and all of the photos that follow will be through that lens.

Its a beauty of a lens, and wide as hell.

I love it.



Sunset on the Potomac, Jefferson Memorial on the left. DC 2007.

Pat Donovan at his Maryland residence. 3200 is lame. 2007.

Union Station. DC. Summer 2007.


Man falling out of seat on the metro. DC, Summer 2007.

Dead celebrities. Office of Printing and Engraving, DC. Summer 2007.


Leftovers. Union Station, DC. Summer 2007

Dark sunset, Washington Monument. DC, Summer 2007.

Flagpole sitta. DC, Summer 2007.


Miss Martone. Return trip from Pat Donovan’s place. Red Line. Summer 2007.

Miles Lavin, esquire. DC, Summer 2007.


spectrum.  Union Station, DC. Summer 2007.


Self Portrait w/14mm.  My pad.  DC. Summer 2007.
Jeffersonian glow. DC, Summer 2007.

Remember. . .
Live Your Life.

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