Archive for June, 2010
While it’s no longer in use, this is the fountain at the Jefferson Hall branch of the New York Public Library, which is one of my favorite branches not to mention buildings in the city.
If you haven’t checked out the Jefferson Market branch, put it on your To Visit list.
This may be one of the one re-purposings of a church that sits well with me. What do you think? Should a church be razed or repurposed? And if repurposed, does it matter as what?
The spray paint on this van reminds of The Cure song “10:15 on a Saturday Night” … and the tap … drips under the strip light. Only in this case, replace strip with street.
On an oppressively hot Wednesday, a little bit of color seems just right. Thanks, East Village!
Saturday there was a North River Historic Ship Rendezvous, and a friend and I were able to score tickets for a ride on a one-hundred-year-old tug boat. The other option was a fireboat.
Coming back to Pier 40 in Manhattan, the fireboat was behind us, and put on a show for the last few paces into port.
Wow. I’m thrilled and honored that my photograph (Livery) was featured in TWO of Red Bubble’s groups this week. For me, that’s a record. Here’s to breaking more records. Hope you enjoy this photograph from Montana. If you haven’t been, you might want to consider adding it to your travel bucket list.
This is an oldie but a goodie … on Amtrak one fine day riding up the Hudson to meet my mother in Albany, I vowed that I would shoot the lovely sights you can see from the train’s windows as you whiz by. Many of the shots were quite blurry, as you can imagine, but this one really struck me.
Taken this past winter.
Surprisingly tasty … and perfectly hit the spot after hiking Watkins Glen State Park at the base of Seneca Lake. Nothing like a beautiful day, good friends, and a cold beer. Am I right?
Just wish that damn Bud Light cup weren’t in the background!