Paulette needed a dollar, or two or maybe three, after getting lost and stranded in the wilderness of Beverly Hills where “there ‘aint no-one there to help you get nowhere.” She laughed.… Continue reading
Scenes in the short space of time and place that is Union Square in the brilliant sunshine of an October… Continue reading
Finally made it to the base of the LA River where I had the pleasure of meeting Tyrone who has lived down there for years. He was busy this afternoon, doing some… Continue reading
The late Sunday afternoon sun in September out at Coney Island, Brooklyn, NYC.
The scorching heat of sweet downtown L.A. today, 103 F . . .
What you do to keep cool in a heat wave . . . Back in LA and exploring beyond Downtown all the way out to glorious Venice Beach. So much crazy on the… Continue reading
Into the NYC night … and still hot in the city.
Concluding this edition of LA, the Long Walk Part 2 . . . .
Want to come on a long walk through Los Angeles with me? The following shots are what I refer to as my GoPro stills, feeling perhaps a little too trigger happy in… Continue reading
Out on a limb, out in the middle of the 7th St Bridge over the concrete canal that is the Los Angeles River. A long walk there, a long walk back and… Continue reading
Been away so long, or so it feels, and not quite sure where to pick up the thread . . . swapped some NY summer days for winter sunshine in Australia and now… Continue reading
Postcard greetings from the glorious Gowanus Canal under the midday sun of a summer’s day in Brooklyn. “original saltwater marshland and meadows teeming with fish and wildlife . . . ” Now heavily… Continue reading
There’s a new blog in town! Joe very kindly invited me to join an eclectic group of photographers to pool photos in the pond that is now Monochromia, a site dedicated to B… Continue reading
Some shouts of colour from the streets of New York. I had intended to write a small photo essay on the comparative differences between colour and B&W photography but that shall have to… Continue reading
It was one of those days, warm with intent, which turned into one of those nights when the lashing rain fell hard and for what felt like forever. Which… Continue reading