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 […]Read more ›
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One of the things about living in Westchester is that NYC and all it has to offer is so very close. Westchester may have Stone Barns, but NYC has Brooklyn Grange Farms. Now when I say the “city” in this case I don’t mean Manhattan. In this case, I mean […]Read more ›
I haven’t posted much in the way of portraits or head shots, though perhaps I should. I took this one of a friend of mine that has just moved back to NYC from Europe. It was one of those days in the late fall/early winter where the temperature didn’t know […]Read more ›
Photography shows are fun for the photographer as well as the public. It allows people to enjoy actual prints of the work rather than viewing them on a computer screen. Since I started with digital photography online, it has always surprised me how images seem a bit more “alive” in […]Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›