I came across this Central Park harpist while walking along a path one morning with my infrared converted D40, and could not be more pleased about this marriage of gear, technique and subject.
Monthly Archives: August 2011
The Chrysler building as the focal point of the Manhattan skyline, taken from Gantry Plaza State Park in Queens, the end point of the Queens World Wide Photo Walk I will be leading on October 1. I took this during a run-through for the walk. I have put together a gallery of images I have taken over the […]
What drew my attention was, of course, the sign chiseled in to the building facade. I found very little information about the E & J Burke company except for the references on this site devoted to collectors of antique bottles, which seems to indicate that the company was a beer bottler. I got in late […]
No image in this post, but an announcement that I’m leading a World Wide Photo Walk outing in Queens on October 1. You can find the details and sign up here. You can see photos that I have taken from along the neighborhoods covered by the walk here here here here here here and here.
I have been negligent in posting images from this project of Hipstamatic subway candids. The last time I did so, I posted a few dozen images from an entire season (Summer 2010). I’m dropping the images per post to five, both to allow me to be more selective and to keep images from being lost […]
It looks really neat at night, as for example in this lovely image from my Google+ buddy Jose Vazquez. I have only been there during the day, and so this is my take. At least the daylight loosely ties in to the Pepsi Slogan from the mid-70s “Have a Pepsi Day.” This Long Island City […]
People ascribe a nearly mythic quality to New York City water and its ability to make amazing dough. This weekend I watched an episode of a Food Network Shows Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives that had a segment on a restaurant named Jersey’s Cafe in Indiana run by a New Jersey native that featured New Jersey style diner […]