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One year ago New York City looked and felt very different, but now in the middle of May change has started to take hold and hope is in the air. Here is a look back at the first five months … Continue reading
An eclectic and highly subjective look back at New York City in 2019, including parks and protests, a synagogue and a church, flowers and lights and an ancient statue.
Head of a monumental Hellenistic sculpture from Pergamon, on loan to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
I went to see the exhibit of Charles Marville’s photographs of Paris in the 19th century. I stopped at the courtyard and couldn’t resist the overlapping shadows on the balcony.