Tag Archive: Zuccotti Park

Here We Go Again Punks!

  Occupy Wall Street once again took to the streets of downtown Manhattan to celebrate the first year anniversary of addressing the financial and social problems wrought in recent times by certain banks… Continue reading

Peace Springs Eternal

September 17th 2012 marks the first anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street Movement.    A variety of activities will take place in and around Wall St tomorrow. I took these shots, a few the… Continue reading

International Women’s Day – New York Style!

International Women’s Day – New York Style! Are you confused by the recent Republican probing into women’s reproductive rights?  I know I am.  I am so confused I think sometimes I have bungee-jumped… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Down

DOWN  From here, in downtown New York City . . . I can see up there, the cloud coming down. From up here, in the sunshine of  Los Angeles . . .  I… Continue reading

Blood Shed in Zuccotti Park

Blood Shed in Zuccotti Park It was a rough day down in Zuccotti Park today, the roughest I have witnessed so far.  For now, all I want to do is soak in a… Continue reading

Police Occupy Wall St: Zuccotti Park Raided

Police Occupy Wall St:  Zuccotti Park Raided Police in riot gear raided Zuccotti park, site of the Occupy Wall St, in the early hours of this morning.  They arrested over two hundred people,… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Opportunity

Opportunity Opportunity . . . such a lovely open word, full of promise and possibility but so fleeting. Here in New York the streets are full of opportunity and no more so than… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Possibility

How possible is it for a crowd to change more than the traffic? October 15, 2011, so many thousands marched to Times Square from the occupied Zuccotti Park in downtown New York.  There… Continue reading

#Occupy Wall Street – Part 1

I was down at Zuccotti Park the other day, minding my own business as much as I can with my Canon camera when, turning to take a shot I came face to face,… Continue reading