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I’m fascinated by fire escapes as a visual entity.  I also rarely end up getting the image that I imagine when I shoot fire escapes. This is close, but not there.  Yet it is better, I think, than may of my prior efforts. I am not sure why fire escapes present such difficulties for me. […]

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This is a single-shot panorama of the midtown Manhattan skyline from a Hasselblad XPan film camera using Rollei RPX 100 film on what I remember as a a really cold day in January. I had driven from home, parked in this neighborhood, and then taken the subway into Manhattan to shoot. But it was so […]

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This is a panorama of the Grand Tetons taken from the rear viewing area of Jackson Lake Lodge. Panoramas like this do not display well on computers, but you can at least see it a bit larger and in full resolution if you click through the link. This panorama was stitched together from a series […]

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Click here to view larger size and here to view the fullsize original.  I have mostly stopped linking to the gallery but still do so for panoramic images like this one.  This is the second in a new New York Ghosts series. The first was posted here. This did not start out as a favorite […]

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When I started photographing New York in earnest, I spent a lot of time shooting during early Sunday mornings. I ended up stumbling my way into a series I called “Forever the Empty City,” featuring city streets with no visible residents: No pedestrians, cyclists, or inhabited cars. It’s not too hard to do on early […]

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