Peace protesters are taken into custody after crossing a police line near the White House in Washington in January 2003, two months before the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
Camera data: Date: 1/19/03, Time: 12:49:51 p.m., Shutter speed: 1/350, f: 4.0, ISO: 400, Lens: 20mm
A fresh coat of snow covers the ground outside 30th Street Station in Philadelphia Thursday afternoon. Extremely cold temperatures are expected Friday.
Snow begins to stick on a side street Friday afternoon in the Center City section of Philadelphia. Several inches of snow accumulated in the city last weekend as well.
I took a walk with my camera late this morning to catch the first snowflakes of the season as they fell around the Washington West section of Center City Philadelphia.
Snow covers cars on Spruce Street.
A man shields himself from blowing snow on Washington Square.
A carriage passes along Washington Square.
Snow covers a statues of George Washington.
Large flakes fall on Spruce Street.
First of all, it’s kind of a miracle that I have this image to share. It started as a color film negative that I shot in 1986 but then handed over to the Associated Press, who bought the picture. But editors had me make prints in their office and I kept a few imperfect copies,…
After Hurricane Katrina flooded New Orleans and much of the Gulf coast in 2005, I went to Houston to photograph efforts to shelter evacuees in the Astrodome and adjoining convention center. Provided with food and water, clean clothing and a chance to shower, everybody looked pretty good but the most frightening problem they faced was…
I have been having more fun lately with the reflections created just after they turn off the fountains on Dilworth Park, in front of Philadelphia City Hall: The Clothespin reflects in water left by the fountains on Dilworth Park at Philadelphia City Hall just now: A post shared by Jim MacMillan (@jimmacmillan) on Jul 29,…