The cross streets of New York City align directly with the sunrise and sunset at certain times of the year. When I’m walking to work in the morning these days and I glance to the right at intersections I’m met with the intense rays of the sun, blocking out nearly everything in sight, even with sunglasses. Crossing against the traffic signals on days like today requires a New Yorker’s certainty that everything is negotiable, even the physics of a speeding […]
When the clock struck midnight on New Year’s Eve 2009 and we started were swept into 2010, I was at a party with some of my dear friends in the West Village. I had my G9 camera with me, but I didn’t take too many images, and to be frank, the ones I did take were nothing to write home about. But today I was getting ready to erase the card and realized that there were some hidden impressionistic gems […]
In the fall when I was out in San Francisco shooting for Connect magazine, I met up with a friend of mine and we climbed the hills across the Golden Gate Bridge and looked out at the sea. The ocean is one of the things that never ceases to amaze me about the west coast. And the sky seemed so large that day, perhaps because we were up in the hills. Breathtaking…
Dr. Girlfriend and I love our apartment, but it is on the dark side. There isn’t a great deal of light from the windows. However, for a few brief moments a day the sun is angled properly to squeeze between the buildings around us and some gorgeous light muscles it’s way into our living room.