The Photography of Ed Wolpov

Typically a black & white photographer, I sometimes work in color when the mood strikes. Most of my travel images simply lend themselves to color, but when going for a more fine-art feel, I work in Black & White, enhanced with a slight warm tone. Click on a gallery to view its contents.

Franciscan Monastery
Considered one of DC's hidden treasures, The Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land in America, is an extraordinary find. Located in the Brookland section of NE DC at 14th Street and Quincy Street, one can enjoy the serene gardens, explore the incredible architecture of the church, and be guided through the meandering catacombs.
Old Bedford Village
Old Bedford Village Archeological Site is located in the Allegheny Mountains in Bedford County, Pennsylvania. Listed in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, the 5 acre site contains almost 40 buildings that housed crafts, trade, and living spaces. Structures date from 1750 - 1900, and were either moved from their original location in Bedford, or reconstructed from their remains.
Hong Kong
The shops, buildings, and parks throughout the many neighborhoods of Hong Kong can be best appreciated while strolling through the meandering streets of this fun city. Enjoy a ride up to Victoria's Peak or an inexpensive ferry ride across the bay to Kowloon City. Hong Kong offers a great cultural mix of old and new, and also a number of excellent dim sum and fine dining restaurants.
Into the Woods
Enjoy a walk through the woods while observing the varied forms of life and decay. All images were taken throughout the Maryland, Virginia, Washington, DC, Delaware, and Pennsylvania region.
The Colonial Farm
Here you'll find a variety of farm buildings and artifacts found at preserved and "working" farms. These colonial sites from the late 1700's are maintained by the state or by the U.S. National Parks Service. Most of these images are from the Claude Moore Colonial Farm in McLean, Virginia.
The Cloisters
The Cloisters is situated on a hill overlooking the Hudson River in the Washington Heights section of Upper Manhattan, New York. It is a branch of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and is used to exhibit their extensive collection of art, architecture and artifacts from Medieval Europe.
Thailand
A photographic journey through Bangkok, Ayutthaya, Pattaya, Phuket, and Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Laos
Travels to Vientiane, Pakse, and Champasak, Laos.
Cambodia
Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia is the largest religious monument in the world. The famous temple, built in the 12th century, is considered the 7th wonder of the world and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Water Lilies
Photographs from the Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens, Washington, DC.
Botanicals in Black & White
A variety of plant leaves and flowers shot throughout the mid-Atlantic states.
Washington National Cathedral
Photographs from the National Cathedral, Washington, DC.
Centre Friends Meeting
Centre Friends Meeting and Schoolhouse. The historic Quaker Meeting House was built in 1796 and is located on Center Meeting Road in Centerville, New Castle County, Delaware. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971.
Vintage Concert Photos
Vintage concert photos of top rock performers taken during the late 60's to early 70's from a variety of New York venues, including Bill Graham's Fillmore East.
York, Pennsylvania
A winter's day and the solitude within the town of York.
National Arboretum
Twenty-two 34-foot tall sandstone Corinthian columns were removed after expansion of the U.S. Capitol building in the 1950s. The columns were eventually taken out of storage and English landscape architect Russell Page designed a setting for them on a knoll near the main entrance of the National Arboretum.
Fragments of the U.S. Capitol Building
"Secret" storage place of the 1864 remnants of the old capitol building after its renovation in the late 1950's. Twenty-two of the original Corinthian columns are on display at the U.S. National Arboretum in Washington, DC.
Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
One of Delaware's most popular vacation places is located about two hours from Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia. Complete with beach, boardwalk, and fine restaurants, it is popular with families and a favorite with LGBT travelers year around.
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