I often regret my forays into Times Square, since the place unfailingly gives me a headache and infrequently gives me a photograph worth posting. But today, it was worth suffering through the crowds and the cacophony for this little nugget.
Just a colorful little East Village corner for my photo today…St. Marks Place and Avenue A.
A scene at Tod’s Point that I’ve photographed time and again, I loved the subtle drama of today’s clouds.
Bluestone path, Putnam Cemetery.
Abstract reflections, McCall, Idaho.
Early morning, Payette Lake.
Wildflowers and colorful chairs, McCall, Idaho.
We have arrived in McCall, Idaho for a family wedding. A shot of the lake in the late afternoon was all I could muster today.
I rarely photograph the local fauna (or flora for that matter), but this doe was unbelievably tame, I had a 50mm lens on the camera and two dogs at my side when I took this photo. I could have reached out and pet her.
Yoga in Bryant Park. It is the one disobedient participant on the upper left–and the ambulance in the far distance–that makes this shot just a little bit funny.
Illusion and reality, 8th Avenue.
Prowling around midtown today, here, a street fair on Lexington Avenue…
…and the always crowded (and for me, headache inducing) Times Square.
Spotted the dapper, Speed Graphic-toting Louis Mendes on Broadway this evening.
My AARP version of W. Eugene Smith’s classic photo of his children.
Three pairs, Tod’s Point, Greenwich.
Two pairs, Tod’s Point, Greenwich.
East 9th Street coffee shop, clearly it was the riotous color and the perfectly placed patrons that caught my eye.
Sunflower man, Union Square.
Scenes from the East Village.
Late afternoon in the woods…the light was lovely, despite the humidity and mosquitos.
A hot summer afternoon, Greenwich Point Park.
Evening, Montgomery Pinetum.
Little time (and even less inclination) for photography today…so today’s photo is a portrait of my jet lag.
Home to Connecticut…and obviously at a loss for something interesting to photograph.