Post Tagged with: "Architecture"

Lenten Contemplation…

Lenten Contemplation…

This photo was taken one stormy day in early March in early Lent.  The day was gray and the clouds were thick.  I happened to be on Route 9 in Westchester in the Briarcliff area and the Scarborough Presbyterian Church made an appearance through the clouds and the fog.  It […]

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Patriots Park in Winter –  Blue Streams and Gray Skys – Tarrytown NY

Patriots Park in Winter – Blue Streams and Gray Skys – Tarrytown NY

Recently, I’ve been using the gray shades of winter to play with black and white photography and adding a dash of color.  As spring blossoms, I will probably return more and more to true color .  This is another such experiment…For the most part, the colors used  the color reflects […]

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The Dakota – adding history & mystery to the Upper West Side…

The Dakota – adding history & mystery to the Upper West Side…

After taking “Shades of Rosemary’s Baby” I went in search of the actual setting for the film.  Well, I didn’t have to look far. To my mild surprise, it was the Dakota, the site where John  Lennon met his untimely and sad end. While I was there I noticed that […]

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Before the storm – Main Street in Tarrytown NY

Before the storm – Main Street in Tarrytown NY

Hurricane Sandy probably obliterated the memory of all the other major storms of 2012. But lest we forget there were several very significant storms in 2012. My camera froze a few of them in time.  I shot this right before a significant Nor’ Easter in early September.   Had to […]

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Rye Playland – more than mere amusement…

Rye Playland – more than mere amusement…

Every once in a while its fun to relive one’s childhood – at least the fun parts…Rye Playland is the perfect place to relive some of my fondest childhood memories.  Whether it be my first tentative steps on ice skates in the winter or all the wonderful rides that the […]

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