Originally posted on Monochromia:
Ice flow on the East River, NYC. ?
Care to take a winter’s walk through gently falling snow in Central Park? Let’s go! Returning later in the afternoon with blue sky and sunshine over the frozen ground below . . .… Continue reading
Some Harlem snow scenes from this week’s blizzard that didn’t. (Late Edit – early stages of impending blizzard.)
So the big blizzard of 2015 was a bit of a fizzle, at least here in NYC, but in the hours of expectation and anticipation of the coming Snowmageddon there was time to… Continue reading
Street portrait at Bryant Park ice-skating rink on 42nd St, aka Bank of America Winter Village! Bright lights, bright smile, blow the highlights!
This photo is why I loathe shopping. It’s one thing to be out and about in the fresh air, maybe catch a photo or two, but throw in some shopping and it always… Continue reading
That time of year, even if I did take this shot last winter it doesn’t feel that long ago what with freezing temperatures and snow falls here in NYC this week.
A break in the heavy pedestrian traffic outside Bloomingdale’s on Lexington at the happiest time of the year!
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
The late Sunday afternoon sun in September out at Coney Island, Brooklyn, NYC.
A beautiful September Sunday morning saw the gathering on 5th Ave at the Temple Emanu-El for the sad, fond farewell to the dynamic Joan Rivers . . . a woman I somehow always… Continue reading
Into the NYC night … and still hot in the city.
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