The painting on the wall, the reproduction of the painting in the book, the smartphone picture of the reproduction of the painting in the book, the smartphone picture of the smartphone taking a picture of the reproduction of the painting … Continue reading
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Leaving a meeting in Midtown. Trying on clothes in a store. Getting stuck in a traffic jam. Crossing the street in the morning sunlight. Shopping for holiday presents. The most mundane of activities made for the most spontaneous photographs of … Continue reading
The two iconic lions that stand guard outside the New York Public Library were nicknamed Patience and Fortitude by Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia. I’ve never known which was which. This one might be Patience because he’s putting up with an enormous … Continue reading
December 18, 2013
Tagged Christmas decorations, Fifth Avenue, holidays, iPhone, iphoneography, Manhattan, New York City, New York Public Library, snowy day, street photography, wreath
Too beautiful not to post.
One year ago today, Hurricane Sandy hit the Eastern seabord. The flood waters here in Red Hook, Brooklyn would have been more than a foot above this telescope. Take the time to remember the 100 lives lost on this day … Continue reading