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The third annual Women’s March in New York City, while smaller this year than in the past, still brought out large crowds of protesters.
The classic raindrop shot. It’s been done before, but I love the way the drops act as little lenses and paint bright color on a dreary day.
It’s not really a parade; the tradition dates to the 19th century when well-dressed women emerged from the churches on Fifth Avenue sporting their Easter bonnets for all to admire. Now it’s one of those only-in-New-York street spectacles that attract … Continue reading
Today I happened to be walking past St. Mark’s in the Bowery, the famous old Episcopal church in the East Village, and saw the doors were open. Although I used to live a few blocks from there in my student … Continue reading