Tag Archive: Photography

Beer, Soda, Ice Cream

. . . . and snow in the night light delights of Mott St where I never go without hearing the lyrics of Cole Porter Lorenz Hart asking the question – “and tell… Continue reading

Biting Snow

A big thank you to the lovely Leo & Rob above for the hand warmers! A bitterly cold day took hold of the city yesterday but that didn’t stop the Santa crowd from… Continue reading

Willets Point Wonderland

Greetings from a cold snowy day in NYC! Willets Point, in Queens, is a famous 62 (!) acre NYC treasure trove for spare parts for cars. You name it, they have it out… Continue reading

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.

Zoning Out

Zoning out with a dose of Blue Friday. Hope you all enjoyed a wonderful Thanksgiving, (surely it’s not so last year already, is it . . .?) and best week-end wishes to all!

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

Life Itself

On the set of “Life Itself” starring . . . Diane Keaton and Morgan Freeman, neither of whom looked to be getting on that well at all . . . but then 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

Goodnight Harlem

Goodnight Harlem and goodnight to summer. The heat, the streets, the people, so many stories to tell . . . * * * * *

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

Night Shades

We think we see so clearly what it is in front of us yet it all passes by in such a blur. I am the one without focus. The blur is mine. *… Continue reading

What’s Going On?

“What’s going on?” she asked me, this sweet woman down in Union Square the other day. I mentioned something about a street performance that a crowd had gathered to watch. She seemed almost… Continue reading

Harlem View

Heavy clouds sat over the city this week. They are not clouds of cool and very few refreshing breezes are whistling tunes through the trees. The humidity is high . . . No… Continue reading

Talking Street

Sometimes when I am tired, worn out and feeling like I need a little more torture to make it all worth the misery, I fall into an internet funk where I find myself… 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. * * * * *