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Storms

One thing I have noticed about my photography, or photography in general is that it sometimes grabs you in different ways at different times. Even as the taker of the photograph that happens to me. 902 more words

Photography & Music

hereditary predilection

Queens is mad as hell, and we’re not going to take it anymore.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

No more. The Mayor’s plan to warehouse New York City’s most vulnerable citizens in a neighborhood of warehouses, two blocks from the Newtown Creek Federal Superfund Site and one block from the Long Island Expressway – thereby creating a two to one ratio of actual residents to homeless shelter residents in the Blissville section of Long Island City – seems to have become the straw that broke the proverbial camel’s back. 368 more words

New York City

Tom's Birthday 2018

On the weekend of April 21st, we celebrated Tom’s birthday with food, beer, and amazing friends and family!

We started off our weekend with a nice dinner at Telly’s Taverna. 375 more words

Astoria

THE WELLING COURT MURAL PROJECT

Long Island City, Queens

Public arts access and education lie at the cornerstone of The Welling Court Mural Project. Bordering the Ferry Landing and the Ravenswood Houses in Astoria, New York, the Mural Project sprawls through the neighborhood and epitomizes the ethos of collaboration, galvanizing residents, business owners, and community members in a universally recognized cultural movement. 96 more words

Photography

Gantry Plaza State Park

Disney is not the only park where magic happens. There are other parks where energy, joy and games transform every moment into pure magic. It has not happened to you that the most beautiful memory of your childhood is related to a park? 717 more words

Garden

daylight around

The 2018 Riverkeeper Sweep on Newtown Creek.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

Last Saturday, everybody’s friends at Riverkeeper organized an estuary wide shoreline cleanup event in which groups from all of the bays, harbors, rivers, lakes, ponds, and especially the Creeks brought their volunteers together to remove garbage and junk from the shorelines. 524 more words

New York City

Perfect spots to watch the Sunsets in New York City

It’s the most beautiful time of the day. (For me anyway) It’s the shining ray of light that gives you hope, warmth, beauty, serenity and sets you in a relaxing mood. 540 more words

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