It’s an August weekend and I’m in Washington Square Park. I rarely come here and I’m not exactly sure why. I tell myself that it’s a pain in the butt to get from the Upper West Side of Manhattan, where I live, to this part of Greenwich Village, […]
For most New Yorkers, Times Square is avoided at all costs. It’s loud, chaotic, packed to the gills, and between the lights and the billboards, nearly seizure inducing. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not a hater. I think that’s true for anyone living in a city with a […]
On Saturday I went back to Brooklyn Bridge Park, famous for its stunning views of the Manhattan skyline and the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges. Not to mention, basketball clinics, kids playgrounds, picnic areas, park tours, movie nights, a bevy of lovely restaurants nearby and a myriad of special […]
When you first arrive at the Workshops, Reid Callanan, the company’s founder, will tell you that no matter what course you take the week is not about creating masterpieces, it’s about learning new approaches to photography, opening your mind and eye to fresh ideas, and challenging your skills. […]
HARE KRSNA HARE KRSNA KRISNA KRSNA HARE HARE HARE RĀMA HARA RĀMA RĀMA RĀMA HARE HARE…. In New York City, summer is synonymous with weekend parades. Every weekend. Rain or shine. On Friday, a friend of mine, Jennifer Graylock, a professional photographer who shoots big red carpet events […]
New York City is strange. Parts of it are downright seedy, others incredibly beautiful. In some instances, both at the same time. Such is the case with the flower market. Not the quaint Green Market you find in a park on a lazy Sunday afternoon. The ones with […]
Over the past six months, New York City has been hammered with grey skies and temperatures rivaling the Antarctic. Thankfully, Spring is finally on its way.. at least in one small section of Manhattan that is….
It’s been over three months since my last visit to The Lake in Central Park and the kaleidoscope of Fall colors is no more, leaving in its wake a monochromatic landscape of naked trees and snow. Fifteen feet away and getting closer with ever quack and waddle, an […]
It’s here: Winter Storm Juno has placed New York City under a thick blanket of cold fluff. The streets are empty, businesses are shut down, and as I write this I can hear the harsh, wince-inducing scrape of a snow plow making its way past my building. It […]
Who knew a heron could be so cute?!