Category Archive: Photography

Empire State of Mind

In New York, Concrete jungle where dreams are made of There’s nothin’ you can’t do Now you’re in New York These streets will make you feel brand new Big lights will inspire you… Continue reading

Late Night

  Late night, late summer bright lights in the neighbourhood.

Folsom Street

      Not long back from a hectic time in San Francisco and now back to NYC where the weather has turned cold, wet and windy – perfect for hibernating in the… Continue reading

Souvenir Copy

As seen in Times Square, NYC. September, 2015.

Coney Sands and Surf

So many bright colours, so much bright sunshine. Summer scenes on the beach out at Coney Island, NYC.

San Francisco Postcards

iPhone shots from a recent journey across the San Francisco Bay on the high speed ferry to and from Larkspur. Sitting on prime waterfront real-estate is California’s oldest prison, San Quentin, which is… Continue reading

Radiator Woman

My recent walk through the Hunts Point section of the Bronx came with the eerie soundtrack of the Mister Softee Cones Shakes and Sundaes tinkle, heard but unseen, from corner to corner and… Continue reading

Building America – All The Way From The Bronx!

What else do you do in the high heat of a muggy New York summer but . . . take a walk around Hunts Point in the Bronx. Hunts Point is now home… Continue reading

Riding the Coney Wave

Hot days, cool times out at Coney Island, NYC.

Kiss Me!

Originally posted on Monochromia:
Kiss me, it’s my B-Day! NYC.

Urban Bouquet

If I could pick a bunch of flowers and give them all to you . . . I would!

The Sound of Nostalgia Walking

Remember the transistor radio and the shared sounds of summer? Coney Island, NYC.

Bikini Coney

Originally posted on Monochromia:
Coney Island, the end of one long hot day, the beginning of one long warm night.

Greetings from Coney Island

Memorial Day, blazing sunshine and the crowds hit Coney Island in a big splash of brilliant, super saturated colours. No place to hide and, after that long heavy winter, why would you even… Continue reading

The Passion of Matthew

Street portrait, Matthew Silver. Union Square, NYC.