The heart of old town in Alexandria, VA is King Street by the river. Here it is at night.

Waiting for spring: These poor boats are trapped in the ice.

Frozen at Port: Taken at Dyke’s Marsh (Alexandria, VA) in 10 degree weather.

Sunrise at Jones Point, a historic lighthouse in scenic Alexandria, VA.

Dawn at the Woodrow Wilson Bridge with a nice mirro on soft, calm water.

Here’s what King Street looks like in the late evening. Taken from the Masonic Temple in Alexandria, VA.

An icy sunset in Alexandria, VA this month.

Fireworks from Alexandria, VA’s First Night celebration. And Happy New Year!

A nightscape taken at Long Bridge park in Alexandria, VA.

Jamey Turner is a glass harpist who plays in Old Town, Alexandria, VA. He likes “Finding the Uncommon in the Common.”

This bolt of lightening was caught on camera during a thunderstorm on Saturday night. The big house is the Gaylord National Harbor, which was struck several times during the storm.

Endless sunrises to witness on the Potomac River. This low tide variation was taken at Dyke’s Marsh.

The Bill Taft bobblehead doll is a play off the running president who makes an appearance at every Nationals game in the 4th inning. You can find the Big Chief on Twitter at @NatsBigChief27. The photo was taken in Alexnadria.

This is an awesome series of fountains outside of the U.S. PTO Office in Alexandria, VA. The geodesic dome was invented by Richard Buckminster Fuller, patented on June 29, 1954

Cameron Run jumped its banks in Alexandria, Virginia this evening. A surge of water flooded the street immediately after filming this video. We escaped with water lapping at our tires. The area was already saturated by Hurricane Irene, and non-stop rains from the remnants of Tropical Storm Lee proved to be too much for Cameron Run. Fairfax County Emergency Government […]