Tag Archive: New York

Future—A Change Is Going to Come

After a mild winter we were sure that spring would be early, but winter is holding on with its cold clammy hands. Right now, the future means the spring. All we have are the irrepressible… Continue reading


When I was little, a friend’s Norwegian mother once pointed out a woman whose slip was showing. “She’s selling flesh!” said my friend’s mum in a low tone. My friend explained that this… Continue reading

‘Twas The Night Before Christmas…

New York is full of surprises. Our favorite type of surprise is when the city reveals its softer side. One of the softest sides of the city comes out at theClement Clarke Moore… Continue reading

Halloween Leaves New York Stoop-ified!

Happy Halloween!

Shape and shadow

As the seasons change, the slanting light from the lower sun spotlights form and colour.  Shot with Leica M9 and Nikon D300.

Worldwide Window Wednesday

It’s Worldwide Window Wednesday today. Our favorite window shots are ones that reflect back and give the viewer a two for one vista. Roll over the images to see where they were taken. Bon… Continue reading

Turn, Turn, Turn

This week’s challenge  “Change” couldn’t have come at a more opportune time. For the last year and a half I have paused to capture this tree o’ mine in the snow, sleet, and heat. I’ve… Continue reading

State of the Union

Electronic billboards at Time Square provide an inadvertent and, perhaps, telling backdrop for wedding photography. Shot with Leica M9 and Zeiss 35mm.

Naked Ambition in Times Square

The “Disney-fied” Times Square has come under fire recently; scantily clad topless women posing for tips, and  costumed cartoon characters aggressively hustling tourists for a buck are accused of lowering the tone in… Continue reading

Inspiration: Lying in the gutter, looking at the stars.

We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars. —Oscar Wilde Coins in the fountain in Lincoln Center create the appearance of stars in this reflection. In… Continue reading