Tag Archive: New York

A Day at the Beach

Originally posted on Monochromia:
Brighton Beach, Coney Island Boardwalk. New York.

Blonde on Blonde

Street Portraits, NYC.

Mott Haven

Originally posted on Monochromia:
? First day of spring with fresh snow falling in Mott Haven, south Bronx.

Got Junk?

    Got junk?  Got snow!

Finding Focus

Originally posted on Monochromia:
The serendipitous acceptance of imperfection in a messy world, otherwise known as what happens when you forget to stop, stay still then shoot while chasing the crowd down the…

Down on Delancey

Some random shots from the Lower East Side, down around fabulous Delancey St before it becomes the Williamsburg Bridge. Anyone else thinking Lorie and Dan were made for each other?

Around the Corner

  Colour in the streets of NYC with some of the soft white stuff in free fall.                                … Continue reading

Seeing it Through

The idea of having a photographic project, or posting photos from a “series” has always intrigued me, suggesting to me a discipline so sorely lacking in my chaotic rambling, snaps of snatch and… Continue reading

Flasharazzi on 14th

Into the NYC night … and still hot in the city.

Glorious Gowanus

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

Colour Bombs

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

Hard Rain

        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

Summer Cool

    Summer in the city and some people are just so cool!

NY-London Daze of Confusion

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

Downtown Day Noir

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 . . . .