Photography

 

Self portrait w/ Nikon.

 

Dan Murano

I've been a photographer for most of my life and built this site to display some of my work. I also wanted to share the space with the many talented people I'm honored to call friends and contributors. Please look around and if you have any comments, we'd love to hear what you have to say.


 

The Road Beneath Our Feet

February 17, 2022
Summary:

A new Photobook by Dan Murano, with poems by twelve selected poets.

 

Exploring London - Trafalgar Square

January 1, 2020
Summary:

Trafalgar Square in the heart of London is a gathering place for tourists, explorers, street artists, musicians, and political activists.

Walk through History at the Tower of London

December 5, 2019
Summary:

A mini-tour in and around the Tower of London.

Poet Trees - Ekphrastic Poetry Written To Trees

February 8, 2019
Summary:

Introducing Poet Trees, a collection of ecphrastic poetry written in response to photos of trees. The 66-page book includes the work of seven poets.

Photography by Dan Murano
Poetry editor: Grace Cavalieri
Poets: Ellen Carter, Grace Cavalieri, Geoffrey Himes, Emily Ferrara, Sabine Pascarelli, Maria van Beuren, Ellen Wise.

Hiking Sky Meadows State Park

July 9, 2018
Summary:

Offering miles of interconnected trails, Virginia's Sky Meadows State Park is about an hour from Washington, D.C. on the eastern side of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The park is beautifully maintained and the climb will reward you with spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.

Immigration Rally in Lafayette Park, June 30, 2018

July 1, 2018
Summary:

On June 30, 2018, protestors gathered in Lafayette Park, directly across from the White House to protest the Trump administration's recent policy of separating parents and children illegally crossing the border between the U.S. and Mexico, even in cases where they were seeking asylum.

The subsequent march from Lafayette Park seemed sporadic and not as well organized as the rally itself, perhaps due to the intense heat and unrelenting sunshine.

D.C. Pride, 2018

June 17, 2018
Summary:

Hint: If you click on the first image below, you can cycle through a pop-up gallery of the photos on the page.

Be sure to click through the gallery at the bottom of the page for additional photos. I wandered around quite a bit, so you might just see yourself here if you were there.


 

Irix 11mm f/4 lens, first impressions

May 3, 2018
Summary:

Finding a replacement (or complement) for my 14mm AF Nikkor f/2.8 lens.

On the editing table, installment one

October 25, 2017
Summary:

An ongoing series about editing work.

Scroll down the page to read about the images.

Clicking any image opens a gallery.