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Noe Todorovich is a Washington, DC based lifestyle photographer, and this is her blog. She shares musings, travels, photographs, tips, suggestions and more.

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ICEBERGS at the National Building Museum

Noe Todorovich

Each summer, the National Building Museum holds a Summer Block Party series, transforming the Great Hall into an immersive experience.

This year, ICEBERGS graced the museum. Designed by James Corner Field Operations, the installation provides visitors the opportunity to view icebergs from both above and below the water line...and even slide down one. 

ICEBERGS closes today (September 5, 2016), so make your way over to the National Building Museum if you haven't done so yet! Already looking forward to the next iteration of the Summer Block Party series next year...

Film: Kodak Tri-X 400
Camera: Pentax K1000
Develop: D-76
Scans: Epson V600

The BEACH DC

Noe Todorovich

The beach is my happy place. It always has been. Growing up in Hawaii, I was never that far from the ocean. I remember taking a creative writing class in high school where we had to write in our "ʻĀina journal." That is, we had to go outside and be in nature, connecting with the land (ʻĀina), and write about that experience. It was one of my favorite assignments I've ever had. I would sit on the top of the wall in our backyard in Waialua, listening and watching the waves crash on the sand below. It would soothe me. 

While there might not be any salt water or sand at "The BEACH DC" installation by Snarkitecture at the National Building Museum, it is a new happy place for me. Perhaps some of that has to do with the fact that I can jump in and "swim" around in a massive, monochromatic ball pit in the midst of a beautiful building. Whatever the case, I am happy to have such an interesting, immersive experience available here in Washington, DC! 

For more information about The BEACH DC, click here. The installation is up until September 7, 2015. Plenty of time for you to JUMP IN! :)