I lived in NYC for a long while. During the winter of 1991 I took a jaunt to Coney Island where I took a series of color photos (I may also have had a camera loaded with black and white film with me – I was a bit of a fanatic back then). I printed […]
Posts in this new series will detail my preparations for opening a shop on the Etsy platform. I envision that it will accomplish several things: 1) enable me to share my art; 2) help me to reduce the inventory of art currently housed in my apartment, while; 3) making money. My short term goal is […]
The mood created by lengthening shadows and the lone toddler on his trike belie the promise of Fun, etc.offered by the pointing finger of the sign.
I like the late-day sun and waited for the right moment for the person to cast the genie shadow on the world of Atlantis.
This was a candid shot. I did not know either of the people in the frame. I set up a tripod in front, and to the side of the lady in sunglasses. As I recall, the focal length was short (28mm), so it did not appear as if I was taking her picture. I like […]
I took a number of photographs on the boardwalk on Coney Island, NY in the 1990s. I remember it was cold the day I took the picture below. I love the ambiguity.
Coney Island, in Brooklyn NY, is a wonderful place especially in the off season. The boardwalk was virtually deserted in the photograph below. I was photographing the shuttered Atlantis Building, when I caught the shadow of a passerby who was about to enter the scene. The shadow seemed to integrate with the graffiti, except for a […]