Category Archive: New York

Disorientation

“Chasing the light through endless tunnels for an answer to the never-ending question “Where are you from?”  Upon reflection, there are  times I hardly know where I am, let alone where I am… Continue reading

Fleeting . . .

As fleeting as love may be  . . .         it’s all around us!

Street Party

West 4th St, West Village summer evening. The night Obama came to town and missed out on all the fun around the corner! From one step in a stoop, and all in less… Continue reading

American Woman

New York City is full of fabulous women of a certain age who let their hair go grey and grow long. They don’t have cosmetic surgery, they don’t put their make-up away and… Continue reading

Guess Who Came to Dinner?

Sarah Jessica Parker hosted a fundraiser at her house down in Greenwich Village for the re-election campaign of Barack Obama. She had the idea “Hey, let’s invite that guy, the President, to dinner… Continue reading

Twilight Zone

Travelling the twilight zone of JFK   . . . .  ground control to Major Tom, can you hear me?

Today

Today, on the East River in New York City with the hovering dark cloud and the delicious plum colours of threatening thunder towards the end of Today!

From A Bus Window

Some views inside the bus and outside the smeary window of the M15 going down 2nd Avenue on what was one of the hottest days this year.  Sunday.  Memorial Day.

One Day, One City

One Day, One City . . . . May morning in New York City. From fresh morning showers and flowers in Bryant Park to afternoon sunshine in Union Square all the way down… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Unfocused

Unfocused     Old school press man on the beat in downtown New York City. He passed by in a blur as I was hurrying in the opposite direction.

May Day Fun Day

May Day Fun Day I suppose I could start at the beginning but that was a long time ago.  You know when you have had a really long day of intense activity, and… Continue reading

Gotham City Sunshine

Gotham City Sunshine Last week I took myself out into the early morning New York sunshine as it crept over the quiet, dark corners of Gotham.  The almost deserted streets in and around… Continue reading

The Closing Bell

OWS protestors gathered again this Friday down on Wall Street for the closing bell which signals the end of another day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange. The good news is… Continue reading

An Arresting Day on Wall Street

An Arresting Day on Wall Street Today’s Spring Training for Occupy Wall Street down at Liberty Square had a little more momentum to it than in previous weeks.  A more buoyant crowd, less… Continue reading

Gotham City Friday

Gotham City Friday Hey, remember Occupy Wall Street?  Thought they had all gone away?  No longer camping out in Liberty Square / Zuccotti Park – those crazy days and nights came to an… Continue reading