"Art is a lie that tells us the truth" - Pablo Picasso
"The difference between content, or experience, and achieved content, or art, is technique." - Mark Schorer
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Category Archives: Cityscape
While photographing lower Manhattan from Liberty State Park in New Jersey, I came upon this memorial to the residents of New Jersey who died on 9/11 at the Twin Towers, the Pentagon and in Pennsylvania. Their names are inscribed on … Continue reading
Yesterday evening I journeyed to Roosevelt Island in the middle of the East River and put together this view of the East Side of Manhattan. I pulled out all the tricks, including high dynamic range, stitching and a few special … Continue reading
I ventured out early yesterday morning along the newest section of Highline Park. Even at 7AM there was traffic, but not enough to stop me from noticing things.
I was strolling along the East River in the little park between the River and the East River Drive. Here are a few images captured during my expedition.
Here is a photograph of the steeple of the old Episcopal Seminary in Chelsea, New York with the new Frank Geary designed IAC headquarters building in back. This is a part of my Chelsea Windows series which you can see … Continue reading
I photographed this image along the East River at dusk. It shows Queens from the Triborough Bridge on the left to the Queensborough Bridge on the right. The image was captured using high dynamic range techniques and stitching together eight … Continue reading
I’m not able to walk very far with my cane or carry much equipment so I grabbed my baby camera today. Spring has arrived in the Big Apple even if I don’t see migrant birds.