Tag Archive: Photography

I was here . . .

After the recent election I posted Word on the Street, a photograph I took in the late summer of 2010. I thought it a particularly stunning work of graffiti art – I loved… Continue reading

Where Am I?

Through a hole in the wall and lost to time . . .

Rockaway Sands

My last visit to Rockaway was in summer, when the sun shone over a boardwalk stretching forever into the rising light of day. Super Storm Sandy blew it away. The streets of Rockaway,… Continue reading

Here’s Looking At You!

What to say? Go on, go for it! New York street scene just the other day.

Meet Some People!

Meet D. and JD.  They drove all the way from Missouri, called by ConEd, to help with the Sandy clean up. What do they think of New York?  “It’s such a friendly place!”… Continue reading

Shelter from the Storm

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Power to the trees

Today was a day of so many sights around town. I often find myself overwhelmed at how to arrange the incredible assortment of images which hit in short bursts of time and space.… Continue reading

Waiting for Sandy . . .

What to say?  At the moment it is eerily quiet, the view is disappearing and the East River is rising. The FDR, six lanes of expressway, is closed to traffic apart from NYPD… Continue reading

Face to Face

Standing room only on the cross-town bus through the grit, grain and noise of the city. Another day, another play. . . . . .

Union Square Love Letter.

Union Square, NYC, Friday afternoon. Sunshine with the first of the season’s chill winds nipping through the air and the thrill of the completely unexpected waiting in the Square. One space, one simple… Continue reading

Do you take this photographer . . . ?

For better or worse, I present my . . . Wedding Portfolio! Only kidding! Central Park sunshine afternoon amidst the shade and shadows of love’s bright lights. May they live happily ever after.… Continue reading

Strike A Pose

. . . and meet the Press! For a movement that supposedly hasn’t achieved anything, the Occupy Wall Street activities have been heavily photographed and documented but where do all the photos and… Continue reading

Shadow Pulse

      A quiet day at home behind the door up on the fifth floor with a glimpse through the keyhole of a lazy day. I should be doing this and I… Continue reading

Sliding Doors

  WARNING – BAD SHOT ALERT! So why bother posting it? There is so much talk about the mechanics and ethics of street photography what with rights and respect of privacy, the snatching… Continue reading

Peace Springs Eternal

September 17th 2012 marks the first anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street Movement.    A variety of activities will take place in and around Wall St tomorrow. I took these shots, a few the… Continue reading