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They build a boat basin for the 1939 World’s Fair. Robert Moses expanded it for the 1964 World’s Fair in the same location.  Apparently you can catch a ferry from Manhattan to here during the US Open and on Mets game days. I came for the view.

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This is one of those spots I discovered by studying the Google Maps. It has some more interesting views I will post photos of later, but the sun came up in this direction so this is what I’m leading with. Flushing Bay is just off the Grand Central Parkway, very close to Citi Field and […]

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Last, in response to a request, I went out to grab some snow photos before everything melted from the storm we had on Thursday. I walked through the park very close to my house taking 2-3 dozen shots. Then I made some very simple black and white edits, and headed over to Adobe Spark to […]

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Two years ago I participated in a project run by my friends at the Photo Frontier.  As it was in 2015, We35 involves a group of photographers from around the world, all agreeing to spend a meaningful part of our time shooting with a fixed 35mm equivalent lens throughout the year to see  how that […]

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I have no idea what that little building is on Wilson Avenue in Bushwick.  I spent part of a recent Sunday morning shooting in that neighborhood, and hope to return soon.   It is an interesting place: historically German when much of it was built, it has gone through various waves of working class immigrants from […]

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