Trying to get back out to take photos now that Covid seems to be in control here.
Yesterday I did one of the Manchester Unity Building (MUB) that I thought was boring, but for Monochrome Wednesday I have one that I think works a lot better.
The Brooklyn Bridge would have to be one of the most famous bridges in the world and a good subject for Silent Sunday. Hopefully, I haven’t already done it.
Once again going into the archives for Silent Sunday and thought it might be nice to revisit my visit to Riverside Park in New York.
While going through Instagram the other day a photo inspired me to look at my photos of the Flatiron building in New York for Monochrome Wednesday. I found one that I thought might work.
It is Easter Sunday and that always seems a good time to look at a place that is silent, the New York Public Library. There is something about the silence of those places, though funny when it is a popular tourist place that can break that silence.
For my Monochrome Wednesday image I’m showing an old photo that I had done of the New York Skyline a couple of years ago. It was taken up high.
More photos from the archive for Silent Sunday and today I am looking back the day I went to the Grand Central Terminal in New York City.
This was an interview that was originally done for the magazine when I was doing it. Julia Anna Gospodarou is an artist that so many people like and she was wonderful to let me do this. With the Introducing Artists that I admire series it seems like a good idea to go back to those […]
This image is, from my day of sailing with Take It Easy, has been a hard one to do. The buildings were really flat and trying to get more detail into them and make them stand out was harder than I thought it would be. It is the problem, sometimes, with using a telephoto lens.