Category Archive: Photography

One and Only Beautiful Coney

  The last of the summer days but squeezing the best of the sunshine out of the September Labor Day shadows. Coney Island.  New York.

Time Out

In the depths of the dark Devon woods. Dartmoor summer.

Bill Cunningham Cnr

Scenes from today’s ceremony honoring Bill Cunningham, NYT’s fashion chronicler, life chronicler and NYC street photographer with 50 years shooting under his belt . Bill died aged 87 on June 26. A true legend… Continue reading

Everyday People

White Space

  Stepping away and stepping into the white space at the Whitney Museum, downtown NYC. . . . . or what happens when you forget to change camera settings.

Fleet Week on 42nd St

  Memorial Day week-end in the US and here in NYC it was hot, humid and time to say hello sailor – the Fleet comes to town!  Which is surprising in a way… Continue reading

Harlem Sunset Lines

Originally posted on Monochromia:
Harlem sunset . . . . NYC.

Thunder Train

  High in Queens.  NYC.

Bar Noir

Originally posted on Monochromia:
A quiet NYC corner in the dark.

Stars and Stripes

    Stars, stripes and NYC logos walking along a short stretch of Canal St recently – not that I went looking for them.  They simply came to light days later in the… Continue reading

So Slow

    Spring shades of late heavy snow in the Colorado Rockies . . . and yes, feeling so slow!

London Bright

Late night London, Shadwell, running to wait for a train when I came across the overwhelming brilliance of M. “What do you want to take my photo for?”  she asked. “Because you’re beautiful!”… Continue reading

Camera Crush

Cameras surround lone anti-Beyoncé protestor outside NFL headquarters in NYC.  He didn’t like her half-time Super Bowl performance.


    Some shots from the recent anti Anti-Beyoncé protest which took place outside the NFL HQ on Park Ave. Confused?  You bet! A total of three anti Beyoncé protestors turned up (one… Continue reading

Back in the Blizzard

      Some more shots from the recent January blizzard.  Starting in Manhattan (pic #1) I took the subway up to Mott Haven (pics 2-7) from where I walked back across the… Continue reading