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Kings County Distillery Bookshelves

  This was taken during my visit to Kings COunty Distillery a couple of months ago with my Minolta SRT-202, 50mm f/1.7 lens, and Ilford Delta 400 film pushed 2-stops to 1600. Not much else to say about this, it’s rather self-evident, and I’ve discussed the distillery and my visit in previous posts on the topic.

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St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2014

Yesterday I had the pleasure and honor of walking in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade up Fifth Avenue with my high school, Regis High School. Regis does not usually participate in the parade, but it is marking its Centennial this year, and the school invited alumni to take part. We ended up with a contingent […]

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The Corner Deli, Kenmare Street

You cannot see the name here, but this is now La Esquina (The Corner), it appears to be a mash-up of an old NYC diner and a taco stand, which it sort-of is, but there is also a semi-secret restaurant downstairs behind a door marked “Employees Only,” where reservations are apparently a tough get. I’ve […]

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Kings County Distillery Bourbon – Light Painting

It’s funny what sticks in your head. The Go-Gos started as an LA Punk band with a DIY ethos, and issued their first single on the legendary Stiff Records label. By the time they released their first album they turned to power pop, and Beauty and the Beat went triple platinum. I read an interview […]

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Civil War Soldiers’ Monument (1869) – Green-Wood Cemetery

  This is the Green-Wood Cemetery Civil War Soldiers’ Monument, erected by the City of New York to honor its dead as well as all 148,000 NYC residents who enlisted in the war effort. This shot, as well as three of the four detail shots below, were taken with  taken on a Fuji medium format GF670 […]

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