After an excruciating winter with no relief in site, it was nice to actually see BUDS on the trees and things starting to do that flowering thing! It was a long and brutal winter and even though high temperatures are a bit much today, I have to say that I […]Read more ›
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The second in a series of photos I took in downtown White Plains at dusk. Some things just have a different look at twilight. The clock tower looks quite dramatic all lit up with the vibrant sunset in the background. I was somewhat lucky because I happened along at the […]Read more ›
As the bitter winter just past turns to spring, I have noticed the yearly changes in light. First of all, there is more of it. The sun doesn’t go down before 6 PM and thanks to daylight savings, dusk is pushing towards 8 PM. Truth be told – I love […]Read more ›
In real estate photography, the classic shot of the front of a home is traditionally referred to as the “money shot”. When it comes to condos and cooperatives, many agents underestimate the importance of exteriors and common areas. For this type of housing, common spaces and exteriors can be […]Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›
White Plains is often called “the city in the park”. Long-time resident, BrianWallach decided that planting cherry trees in the downtown and along the traffic medians of major roads would create a city with a more park-like feel. 40 years later, this is the result. A magnificent display that happens every spring. […]Read more ›