A foggy NYC skyline is photographer Piaskowski’s pallet and muse. Pictures find the ordinary at play with the ephemeral in a series taken during the pandemic.
Midtown Manhattan coronavirus views presents a random selection from a once rambunctious area, now caught in a kind of shock, on a warm spring afternoon.
Central Park, April 25th, 2020, a day one month into New York PAUSE, the coronavirus shutdown, blossomed. It was like spring defying the darkness.
You can’t stop spring on Roosevelt Island. Pandemics, stupid politics, sorrow — none block the awakening. Pictures prove our point.
For a Roosevelt Island photo essay, Tad Sudol reacted to a community on Pause by hauling out his camera and artist’s eye, recording favorite views.
About East River NYC Winter, 5:00 A.M., from Roosevelt Island One winter morning, I looked out my window, and there it was. Surreal, rich in color, like a painting. But it was […]
There are more than 10 Ways to See New York City. What comes to mind when you imagine New York City? Times Square? Central Park? The Empire State Building? Maybe, the Statue of Liberty? Here, I’ll offer some other, less obvious choices.
You could sell NYC Wall of Fire Sunset as the apocalypse rising in the west to devour the city.
What is startling about New York City Sunrise: Fire in the sky is that it faces west, not east. Early morning clouds catch the rising sun like a fireball crossing over Manhattan.
About Shoes: Real Time Photography… “A decision must be made…” That caption came to mind when I saw a pair of shoes left beside a doorway. They were just a pair of […]