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This is another shot from my New Year’s morning excursion to Fort Tryon Park in very northern Manhattan. I’ve told the story of that morning with almost every post from the shoot so I will not repeat it here, but if you are interested use the site search function for “Tryon” and you’ll get the […]

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This is photograph of a statue of the female pharaoh Hatshepsut in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The entire room is filled with statues of her. I suppose we have so many because “Hatshepsut has been called the most accomplished pharaoh at promoting her accomplishments.”  

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I previously showed a similar image of this building taken with the Singh-Ray Gold’N’Blue polarizer, set to blue. his image is a slightly different capture with the same filter set on Gold, with a bit of manipulation in post to enhance the blues in that one column of windows. This is again the newly iconic tower “New York […]

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This is the side window to the Cowgirl Seahorse restaurant at the corner of Front and Dover Streets in downtown Manhattan near the South Street Seaport. The vintage Americana look is kind of generic, but I liked the light. I also understand that the interior decor is a bit more interesting, and actually plays off […]

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The post title is from the first line of the Ukrainian National Anthem.  I’m not Ukrainian, but having Polish heritage, I have an affinity for people who suffered from Russian and Communist oppression. Apart from the Russian people themselves, probably no people suffered as much from that tyranny as did the Ukrainians. The Holodomor, which […]

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