Sun washed New York City today… Muffled by days gray with rain and clouds, New York City came up clean and bright, Upper East Side skyline stretched from river to rooftops. But that was 2019, and what a difference one year makes…
A remarkable moment in time, AscendWithPride, a sun-soaked expression of barriers torn down, folks of all ages and genders. All walk into FDR Four Freedoms Park to appreciate and share gay pride on Roosevelt Island in New York City.
Waiting for the Light is street photograph. It captures the gritty realism of urban alienation on a hot summer afternoon.
NYC confiscates 34 ice cream trucks, striking back against scofflaws. In a story first reported in the New York Times, New York City came up with a clever way to punish companies not paying fines on illegally parked trucks.
The Shrinking Empire State Building reached its peak in 1931. That’s just when the American economy hit bottom. The Great Depression was at its worst across America. They moved in opposite directions. It takes more time, though, to build a physical structure than it does to destroy a […]
Pigeon Bird Man NYC is a photo I couldn’t resist. I saw him in Washington Square Park, New York City, June 1st, 2019, when we sat down to enjoy Greenwich Village falafels. You might think the birds flock around this man just for food, but look closer. The […]
FIGMENT NYC 2019 kicked off today In New York on Roosevelt Island. June 1st, 2019, Roosevelt Island welcomed its first FIGMENT NYC participatory art project in Lighthouse Park. The crowd for this fun family event was perfectly light, and it was manageable, under fair morning skies.
Did you see the gigantic flamingo floating down the East River? Other New York Oddities After the Gigantic East River Flamingo Pigeon Bird Man of Washington Square Hula Hoop Violinist A Piano That Kills Fascists “Attention, would-be influencer who maybe lost track of a giant pink flamingo floaty […]
Why do we have water towers in New York City? They look out of place, a throwback, even after you’ve grown used to them. Scattered throughout the streets and avenues, especially in Manhattan, they’re critical the city’s existence.