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Wandering Wednesday

Another Wednesday brings along with it another “Wandering Wednesday!” Today the photos span Manhattan, Delaware, and my Grandmother’s house in Virginia, where I spent the Easter weekend. 112 more words

New York

dusk comes

The Union guys hate it when I start shooting.

- photo by Mitch Waxman

Apologies offered to all the hapless workers I’ve photographed over the years, but damn it all, they do cool things. 246 more words

Pickman

Sigmund's: Beer & Pretzels With A Twist

Beer and pretzels. Few things work as well together. And by pretzels, I don’t mean those cardboard concoctions you purchase in the supermarket snack aisle. I’m talking about the soft, bread-like creations you typically get at a proper beer garden. 228 more words

Food

Liberté, Égalité, Catastrophé

After catching a brief and distant glimpse of her the day before, it was time to get up close and person with the lady herself.

Photography

Day 90: The thing about Central Park

Monday, 31 March 2014

The Central Park I know is 16,000km from here in a place called Manhattan Island. I was once kicked out of my hotel room near there because Meg Ryan wanted it.  24 more words

365 Day Photos

Is There Such Thing As Too Much Running?

Spring tends to naturally bring about a renewed sense of love for outdoor running. As winter thaws, so does that icy feeling of frustration that comes with working out on the streets during the coldest, darkest months of the year. 456 more words

Running

Is There Decent Coffee In Grand Central Station?

When I was a photographer’s assistant years ago, I was hired to take large format photographs of landmark buildings around 42nd Street in Manhattan.  One of my best images was of the main concourse inside Grand Central Terminal.  508 more words

Coffee