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Coriolistic Anachronisms | Coriolistic Anachronisms – Recent Posts

Coriolistic Anachronisms – Recent Posts


Good Bye Terrace

We are buckling our seatbelts 'cause Harlem is going bye bye

We are at T-minus a bunch of sleepless nights and steamy days, Brooklyn-bound at last, stubborn as beagles homing in on the cheese. Here in Harlem, nights are mild going on tropical and while fireflies for some reason have deserted us, the terrace is lush and…

Too Close for Comfort

Behemoth Carnival Splendor Gives Manhattan Cruise Terminal Pier a Close Shave Upon Departing Towards the Caribbean

Today I was running back home from work and did not have much time to stop, with for only pixel-gatherer, my Samsung phone. Coming up on the Air, Sea and Space museum hosted on the Hudson River aboard the USS Intrepid retired aircraft carrier, I…

The Life of a Cat

Short story of the domestic panther with a soft heart who was our best friend for long years

Blog reader: “Tell me how he died…” Vince: “I will tell you how he lived.” Adapted, with a smirk, from The Last Samuraï When I came to New York City eight years ago, inbound from beautiful Vancouver and landing at Newark’s International Airport for a coffee – yes, I had flown…

Aerial View Of…

Can anyone identify this location?

Those of you with a certain nationality are automatically disqualified. The rest can play and guess what and where this structure is… Toy world I once more apologize for the relative silence around here. It reflects much noise off-camera and unrest to say the least. But smoother…

Inwood and Spuyten Duyvil Creek – 360 Degree Panorama

Full immersive 360 spherical view from the very northern end of Manhattan

A the very northern tip of our Manhattan Island sits Inwood Hill Park. A face-lifted and heavily reshaped Spuyten Duyvil Creek separates the island from continental Bronx. Across the narrow river arm, a giant “C” (For Columbia University, which is nowhere in sight but has…