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Monthly Archives: February 2013

  I had a recurring order with Peet’s Coffee for 9-10 years. My oldest email from them dates to 2003. It’s a bit unusual that I even know about them because their only East Coast presence was a brief stint as coffee supplier for the Au Bon Pain chain of restaurants 10-12 years ago. But […]

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These are the side altars at St. Mary’s Church in Yonkers, NY, which I have featured numerous times before. The top photo, left altar, has a statue of St. Mary, the bottom photo right altar is St. Joseph. I realize the top image is askew and has an unfortunate flare.  Correcting the skew would lose […]

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A few weeks ago I saw a blog post tutorial that showed how to create black background with a reflective photo effect using a clear plate of glass and a black sheet.  The simple method was to put your subject on the glass, put the black sheet behind them both, shoot slightly from above, and […]

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It has not been a particularly rough or mild winter here in NY. It seems to have been average so far both in terms of snow and cold. But I’m ready for it to be over. It doesn’t help that my family and I decided to delay our winter break trip to Orlando, which would […]

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Monday night I left my office building in midtown Manhattan, and walked along a bit of pavement I have walked countless times, yet suddenly saw a scene that needed to be captured, leading to a photo that had generated a rather strong response, measured against my other images. While I don’t expect to recapture that […]

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Today is supposed to be the biggest snow storm, in like forever, or something, but so far it’s just very very wet.  People are freaking out for reasons that stretch my comprehension. Unpleasant? Yes. Snowy? Not at all. We’ll see if it changes overnight. Meanwhile, here is a photo of a small bridge in the […]

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I really like this view of the Jersey City skyline in the morning when the buildings reflect the morning sunlight.  I have featured it from just a slightly different perspective before. I also have the reverse view from Jersey City and a good view of the rear of the Colgate Clock.

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The Kosciuszko Bridge in New York City spans Newtown Creek and carries the Brooklyn Queens Expressway or BQE over that body of water. This is, therefore, where the BQE gets its name.* Calvary Cemetery is to the left, and you can see a single cross peeking over the wall. Calvary is well known by almost everyone, […]

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