Chinatown, New York The Lunar New Year Parade marking the Year of the Tiger took place again after the suspension in 2021 due to the pandemic. A smaller and more subdued event this year, it was still welcomed as another … Continue reading
Posted in 2022, holidays, Manhattan, New York, Parade
Tagged Chinatown, Christina Yuna Lee, drummer, lion dancers, Lunar New Year, Lunar New Year parade, Manhattan, memorial, Mural, New York, New York City, NYPD Marching Band, photography, Protesters, Senator Schumer, street art, street photography, Tiger, wall art, Year of the Tiger
As the second pandemic year comes to a close, here is a selection of the birds seen in 2021: whether common or rare, they are the pulse of our natural environment and the unwitting repository of our hopes for the … Continue reading
The beloved annual tradition returned this year after a suspension in 2019 due to the pandemic. It was a joy to see people enjoying themselves in the streets again.
During the pandemic, in 2020, many people were drawn to birds and birdwatching. Suddenly and with almost no warning we were torn from our families, our friends, our jobs, and all of our social and recreational activities. Aside from staying … Continue reading
Posted in Birds, Manhattan, New York, Pandemic
Tagged Bird Photography, Birding, Birds, Birdwatching, Manhattan, Nature, Nature Photography, New York, New York City, photography, wildlife
In early June, the summer solstice approaches and the sun casts the most beautiful light of the year.
This gallery contains 6 photos.
It’s Photoville – an outdoor photography exhibit in shipping containers along the Brooklyn waterfront, in Brooklyn Bridge Park. There are Magnum photographers and student photographers and Latin American photographers and art photographers and documentary photographers. One exceptionally moving exhibit was … Continue reading