Sometimes I walk through my neighborhood and think I’ve seen everything there is to shoot and there is nothing left of interest. Other times I walk through my neighborhood, on a major thoroughfare I have walked along 100+ times and see this.
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I suppose I feel a bit silly admitting that I completely stumbled upon this tomb, and was surprised to learn that Audubon lived in Washington Heights. The neighborhood features an Audubon Ballroom (where Malcolm X was murdered), an Audubon Avenue, and Audubon Terrace. Yet when I happened upon this my reaction was “Audubon lived here? […]
Available In My Galleries Here Today is the first day of Spring and it is snowing. Most of the city dearly hoped that the snow shown above from roughly 2 weeks ago would be our last for the season but no. We’re told to expect 2-4 inches but not much accumulation on pavement, so there’s that. […]
This is one of the highlights of a visit to Green-Wood cemetery in Brooklyn — a pyramid-shaped mausoleum that fully embraces and mixes explicit Christian and Egyptian/pagan symbolism. You have Jesus holding a lamb, Mary holding Jesus, a pyramid, and a sphinx. In addition, although you cannot see it here, the door displays a sun […]