FotoWeekDC 2015 ended Sunday night. It's a fantastic series of events and exhibitions. I went to a couple of different things...White House Press Photographers Association annual award exhibit...Aperture's gallery...an exhibit on Iceland's geography. I've posted a couple of photos. The first is a silhouette of Lucian Perkins...two-time Pulitzer Prize winner with the Washington Post. The second is a handwritten sign at the Spanish Culture Center (which served as HQ for FotoWeek this year), the third is from a photo machine set up that allowed you to take your own self-portraits (so I posed with my Nikon). The last photo is from a round table discussion on style and finding your own vision as a photographer...very diverse group of shooters including Susana Raab, Marvin Joseph of the Post (one freaky dude), Frank Hallam Day, Astrid Riecken, and a local guy I hadn't heard of--Bill Crandall. Amazingly diverse, very insightful--great session. The fourth photo is from that round table. It's basically a photo of someone taking a photo of a photo displayed during the round table. The execution leaves something to be desired but the concept was a fun one.