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Spring – at long last….

Spring – at long last….

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 […]

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Bufflehead making waves – The Rockefeller Preserve

Bufflehead making waves – The Rockefeller Preserve

I’ve been struggling with a bout of bronchitis over the past few days.  The enforced “rest” has been frustrating…although productive in its own strange way.  I took the time to learn some new techniques on photoshop… Admittedly, I was working somewhat “passively” since I was really pretty miserable.   But […]

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Victorian Charm & Fall Colors – Lyndhurst – Tarrytown NY

Victorian Charm & Fall Colors – Lyndhurst – Tarrytown NY

While touring the grounds of Lyndhurst the other day, I came across a Victorian cottage in a sea of golden light.  It was late afternoon  – or the so-called golden hour when the light has this wonderful golden glow.  The picture I saw in my head  was so characteristic of […]

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Downtown White Plains at dusk – the clock tower…

Downtown White Plains at dusk – the clock tower…

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 […]

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An April Dusk – Downtown White Plains – 10601

An April Dusk – Downtown White Plains – 10601

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 […]

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Sights of the season – A winter tree in a winter sky…

Sights of the season – A winter tree in a winter sky…

Sometimes the sights of the season reflect the cold of winter.  We are now near the solstice so the trees are all bare  and the sun sets early. I took this photo today just as the sun was starting to set.  The cloud cover over the horizon was thick and […]

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Neighborhood Bling – Great neighborhood or downtown photography is a “must” for real estate agents…

Neighborhood Bling – Great neighborhood or downtown photography is a “must” for real estate agents…

Home buyers want pictures, pictures, pictures.  Not just of the house they are buying but of the entire area they are thinking of moving into.  Neighborhood photos are not only informative for the buyer, they can help brand the agent.   If you want to be associated with a city […]

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My photography on display at Vintology of Scarsdale until Nov. 17…

My photography on display at Vintology of Scarsdale until Nov. 17…

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 […]

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Fire in the sky – Peekskill NY

Fire in the sky – Peekskill NY

This photo was taken at Riverfront Green Park right by the train station in Peekskill NY.  I visited the park a couple of times during the summer to and decided to try to capture the late afternoon into early evening light.  In the end, I took quite a few photos […]

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The GW Bridge – A Washington Heights landmark…

The GW Bridge – A Washington Heights landmark…

In keeping with my Hudson River theme, I decided to seek out photographic opportunities from Manhattan. Taking this photo was like taking a walk back in time for me.    Back in the day when I was working as a molecular biologist, I did a 4-year stint at Presbyterian Hospital. […]

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