New York Photo Blog

Everything that lives, dies.  That to me is a given.  Or is it everything that lives poops.  I heard a famous scientist say that.  Well both are true I suppose, but I'm not sure if that last factoid pertains to vegetation as well.  And some...

Welcome!   Classic black and white New York City photography.  Photographs of New York City’s major landmarks include the Empire State Building, Flatiron Building, Bridges, many photographs of Central Park, and  many out-of-the-way places and scenes from years of exploring NYC.  For fine art prints and a larger selection...

I think it's official.  The New York Mets are now unwatchable. [caption id="attachment_20236" align="aligncenter" width="555"] Memories of Shea[/caption]...

I really have had it with so-called social media.  Mostly annoyed with Facebook.  I just don't like, and never have liked, the idea of virtual "friends."  And I don't like the control and the selling of my content which is what I'm doing when I...

But the irony of Jeff Sessions’ statement and the predilection of white people for justifying white supremacy with a Bible verse is the fact that Paul was beheaded because he wouldn’t conform to the beliefs of the government. The apostle Paul was executed by Nero, a...

Need to figure out what category this is supposed to go into.  Abstract?  I think I only have three images I'd call abstract.  Homage to Van Gogh?  As a category.  No, I only have one, no maybe two.  The image is tricked out in several...

Photographs supposedly can mean a thousand words.  Or sometimes just a few hundred likes.  The pressure to be seen and liked is greater than ever for the poor photograph.  You may not have noticed, but photographs have a sort of volume knob attached to them. ...

These two images have something in common.  They are both playing with time and space in subtle way. Poets Walk has a couple in the distant background.  The foreground is empty of people.  But if you think about it, nothing but shear luck that nobody else...