Tag Archive: New York City

Fairytale of New York

              Those hard, cold mean streets of NYC and what they can do to people . . . . Happy Festivus everyone!    

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.

Foggy Daze

and the foghorn sounded through the early morning, a comforting thick blanket of time over the city. East River morning views. New York City.

Rest in Power

It was well known that 5 Pointz wasn’t going to be around forever but that didn’t stop people from hoping that maybe landmark status, heritage listing, or whatever it takes, might save the… Continue reading

Sorting It Out

  More than a few times I read posts written by expert photographers who, when visiting New York, find themselves in a bit of a conundrum – how to take photos of New… Continue reading

Soho Seconds

Waiting on a street corner down in Soho for the lights to change. Sandwiched between two sets of colourful young women with the young man in black waiting with hands full on the… Continue reading

Summer Friday Afternoon

A hot Friday afternoon straight out of camera in Bryant Park looking over to Sixth Avenue and 42nd St. Still summer, still life. * * * * *

Green Lights

A hot summer Sunday night in the city, Sixth Avenue. Protestors marching from Times Square to Harlem in the Justice for Trayvon Martin Rally/Protest. * * * * *

On The Bus

  Taken on the M15 Bus in Harlem, Graduation Day. Signs congratulate the Class of 2013 and encourage them to . . . Go Out and Change the World! Some things however will… Continue reading

Outside Looking In

It is 4th July, fireworks are rumbling out there in the far distance and I should love to show you some spectacular shots but . . . that’s not going to happen. Instead… Continue reading

This One’s For Edie!

It has been a funny week, so far, for women but Edie Windsor, 83, finally managed to get the tables turned on DOMA – Defense of Marriage Act, when the Supreme Court ruled… Continue reading

Summer in the City

A thoroughly original title “Summer in the City” NYC but as of the other day – June 21st, it is now official! The last warm, balmy days of spring were but a sweet… Continue reading

Rockaway, Six Months After Sandy

The middle of a grey May day out in Rockaway . . . . . . . . . .

Kicking Back . . .

So many people come to New York City with exhausting lists of things to do, places to see, shows to catch. Restaurants, diners, cafes and bars to eat and drink at. Museums, galleries… Continue reading

Street Love

Known only by his street name but known to the many in the street families in and around NYC. All have their stories to tell. Union Square. * * * * *