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
Who needs Breakfast at Tiffany’s when you can enjoy the midnight Real Deal on 42nd Street! Tonight the NY Rangers hopes of winning the Stanley Cup against the LA Kings either die or… Continue reading
The “Ready for Hillary” bus rolled into town today with the launch of Hillary Clinton’s latest book “Hard Choices” at the Union Square branch of Barnes & Noble. But surely this is more… Continue reading
Summer in the city and some people are just so cool!
Giving the Chelsea girls their due.
Photography is such a moody business. From spring sunshine in New York and Mad Men on 9th Ave who don’t bat an eyelid to a prickly punk giving me the finger in London… Continue reading
From a room with a view, a honeycomb of stacks, layers, lines and light Where shadows tell the tales between the black and the white . . . .
At home in the diner cone of illuminated silence . . . .
Spring greetings from Mad Hatter’s paradise! Easter Sunday Parade along 5th Ave, NYC – warm in the sun, cool in the shade, a perfect spring day to break out of the long winter… Continue reading
. . . . and maybe just a little more. I have never before done an official blog break – I have aimlessly wandered off the blogging reservation more than a few times… Continue reading
The end of a long day . . . . I could have taken the train but something about the fresh night air with the light rain made the twenty-block walk feel more… Continue reading
Liam and I somehow got into conversation about what a beautiful day it was. I asked him if he lived here in the city. Why sure, he replied, he has a grand little… Continue reading