Post Tagged with: "Cityscapes"

The Upper West Side – Our “river town” to the south…

The Upper West Side – Our “river town” to the south…

Coming from Westchester and being a “Hudson River watcher” – I often find myself looking south towards the NYC skyline.  Westchester residents often look towards the easy commute as one of the biggest perks of living here.  But we often see ourselves as somewhat set apart from the city.  But […]

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My Westchester NY landscapes are popping up in different places…

My Westchester NY landscapes are popping up in different places…

Sometimes opportunities come to you.  It doesn’t happen that often in these difficult times particularly in the realm of photography where I am constantly being reminded that good photographers are a dime a dozen.  However,  recently, I’ve had a few inquiries from commercial sources wanting to use my local photographs […]

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Grace with grit – Washington Heights NYC…

Grace with grit – Washington Heights NYC…

Truth be told, I really like Washington Heights.  I had worked there at Presbyterian Hospital during the 90s and have a real affection for the area.  At that time, crime rates were sky-high, but nearly 20 years later, much has changed and I am happy to see the area that […]

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Real Estate Photography – the importance of neighborhood character…

Real Estate Photography – the importance of neighborhood character…

Today’s home buyers are very thirsty for information.  Above all else, they want photos. Photos,  photos and more photos.  But they don’t just want photos of the home in question, they want more.   They want to learn about the neighborhood.  Neighborhoods can make or break a deal and if […]

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Photographing outdoor spaces in NYC

Photographing outdoor spaces in NYC

I was in NYC meeting a friend that had just moved back from Europe.  She was renting an apartment on the upper west side and was just in fact moving in.  The unit that she moved into actually had outdoor space.  Granted you had to go out through a low […]

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The Tribute In Light – Remembering the victims of 9/11/2001

The Tribute In Light – Remembering the victims of 9/11/2001

We all remember where we were on that fateful day when over 3000 innocent people lost their lives in the blink of an eye. Let us never forget the tragedy that was 9/11/01. But let us also LEARN from the mistakes that we have made over the past 12 years. […]

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GW Bridge in Blue for Autism Awareness Day…

GW Bridge in Blue for Autism Awareness Day…

Here is a black and white version of the photo I took last night of the GW bridge that was lit up for Autism Awareness month.   Of course, I left the lights blue – and actually kept the water blue because it complemented the lights on the bridge.  So […]

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The George Washington Bridge at Sunset – (Color Version)

The George Washington Bridge at Sunset – (Color Version)

This photo was taken from the newly restore Yonkers Waterfront during a particularly vibrant sunset in late fall. Lately there has been so much talk about our crumbling infrastructure. The GW is a testimonial to our past commitment to growing our infrastructure and our future. It was completed during the […]

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New York City – Framed – at Yonkers Waterfront (Black & White)

New York City – Framed – at Yonkers Waterfront (Black & White)

The GW Bridge and the “Big Apple” – along with the eastern border of New Jersey framed from the perspective of the newly restored Yonkers Waterfront. You can see the Freedom Tower in the background under construction. Color version also available at this link:  NYC – Framed at Yonkers Waterfront […]

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New York City – Framed – at Yonkers Waterfront (Color Version)

New York City – Framed – at Yonkers Waterfront (Color Version)

The GW Bridge and the “Big Apple” – along with the eastern border of New Jersey framed from the perspective of the newly restored Yonkers Waterfront. You can see the Freedom Tower in the background under construction. Also available in black and white at the following link:  NYC – Framed […]

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