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preliminary session

Sometimes, you have to let the crazy out and let it play.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

One’s life experience displays a certain dichotomy which is often hard to reconcile. 682 more words

New York City

engulfed in

Stealing the Sky, in today’s post.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

Last week, one was headed for Queens Plaza and accordingly marched down Jackson Avenue. The startling rapidity of construction going on in the area claws at my sanity, as in nearly half a century spent in NYC, I’ve never met anyone who said “Man, I really want to live in Queens Plaza.” Queens Plaza? 202 more words

New York City

The Invisible People Series: Rampal Sarangi

He stood there, playing a home-made Sarangi for half-an-hour before a kid came and stood in front of him, followed by the child’s sister. He looked at the child and played to them, with a smile, that would make him a hero for the little one. 121 more words

People

tapering arms

Back in lower Manhattan.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

Dover Street in Lower Manhattan is the stuff of historical legend. It starts its western path abruptly at South Street, and to the north is the tangled steel of the FDR Drive ramps and the always victorious Brooklyn Bridge. 900 more words

New York City

greater wildness

Vertigo, in today’s post.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

As mentioned a couple of weeks ago, one had attended a photo industry trade show at the Javitz Center. 1,370 more words

New York City

Travelogue: Veterans Day in America

This was my first time being in America on Veterans Day – a public holiday shared with Australia and New Zealand, and I felt like capturing something commemorative. 1,156 more words

Photography