Category Archive: Black and White

Heaving Rain

A break in the heavy pedestrian traffic outside Bloomingdale’s on Lexington at the happiest time of the year!

California Streaming

On the road again . . . end of day sun rays on California St, San Francisco.

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

L.A. 103

The scorching heat of sweet downtown L.A. today, 103 F . . .

LA Heat Wave Cool

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

Monochromia

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

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

Hotel Chelsea

Giving the Chelsea girls their due.

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 . . . .

Take-Out Service

At home in the diner cone of illuminated silence . . . .

Taking 5 . . .

. . . . 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

Full Metal Jacket

The cutting edge of fashion as seen at the recent New York Fashion Week.

Stranded

Back to New York after some time out on the road (another long story . . .) and the drama whereby newly elected Mayor Bill de Blasio (Democrat) is getting flak for not… Continue reading

The Long Walk

The winter sun across Dartmoor.

Baby Rap

Hope he never stops dancing, and smiling! Night time at the end of the week, Union Square, 14th St Subway, where the shows never seem to stop.