Tribute

Tribute

The lights go much further into the night sky than I’d imagined. It’s a beautiful and sobering tribute. You can see a little bit of what I’m talking about in this image: Share...
Happy Fourth of July

Happy Fourth of July

I got very very very very lucky in being in the right place at the right time to capture this. I haven’t had the best luck with fireworks, but I think this is getting somewhere. Near as I can tell, this was the first time in a long time that fireworks were shot...
Bryant Park Sycamore Trees

Bryant Park Sycamore Trees

Taken in October, 2012 while in New York City with the Dad 2.0 people. * * * Speaking of Dad 2.0, they have been kicking a lot of ass lately. Super proud of Doug French, John Paccini and the crew for being invited to the White House Summit on Working Families. And...
Looking Straight down 34th Street, Manhattan, NY

Looking Straight down 34th Street, Manhattan, NY

[stag_button url="http://blurbomat.smugmug.com/buy/28952593_nPkbPm/2805731111_B8DV3gj/" style="blue" size="large" type="round" target="_blank"]Buy This Image[/stag_button] This was taken just outside of the Holland Tunnel on the onramp to whatever freeway takes you to...
Manhattan Pigeon

Manhattan Pigeon

When I was shooting this, I was startled by a pigeon flying far too close to me. I spun to shoot it and got exactly zero frames. So I decided to stand for a bit, let the birds get used to me and then try again. I didn’t have to wait that long. This one was the...
New York City Public Library Lion – Fortitude? Patience?

New York City Public Library Lion – Fortitude? Patience?

This is my civic sculpture spirit animal. He lives outside of the New York City Public Library with another lion and is named either Patience or Fortitude. I’m leaning toward Fortitude. The library website has a page about the lions here. The New York Times City...
Near Ground Zero – Ironworkers Local 40

Near Ground Zero – Ironworkers Local 40

Walking around all of the construction at the World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan last October, I spotted what could be described as a billboard, an ad or note of pride. I was tempted to refer to it as graffiti, but the intent is entirely different. I was struck by...