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Coriolistic Anachronisms | A photography blog oscillating between New York, Vancouver and Cape Town, gathering HDR photos and jotting notes along the way

Coriolistic Anachronisms


New York City Sleeps

Memorial Day morning, 6 AM, corner of 6th Avenue and 34th Street

This is an eerie sight for a Monday morning. The party must have been harsh last night. Here is the view down 6th Avenue towards the south, Macy’s right behind me Not Shot With My iPhone 6 (but with my Samsung)

Deer Friends…

Not much happening these days on the blog, my apologies

These are slack times when it comes to blogging and photography. I am New York-saturated. Better days will come. For now, a single image of deer in Cold Spring a couple of weekends ago – there were seven or eight of them, a bit skittish…

Roosevelt Island – 360 Degree Panorama

Full immersive 360 spherical view from a corner of the Four Freedoms Park

Following the stills I posted this week of my last Roosevelt Island outing, here is a full spherical panorama shot near the new park. This was shot in HDR, or rather Exposure Fusion which is my new go-to HDR-like technique but does not involve tone mapping,…

More Spring on Roosevelt Island

Blossoms, city views and a tram

Our last visit two years ago was in later winter, traces of snow lingered on the ground and the air was bitingly crisp. This time around, blossoms and people competed for attention and a space which, as I have said before, is so insipid in a…

Spring on Roosevelt Island

With limited access, an aerial tram and a strange stone park, the island is not exactly conventional

It is a strange place and I will post more about it soon. Here, for now, is a glimpse of one island through the blossoms of another. Looking at the Upper East Side from Roosevelt Island

Bridge Over The River Hudson

Convergence of wild lines and wide lanes

They say time travel is still science-fiction. I beg to disagree. We have already invented it and use it on a daily basis. Sort of. A few centuries past, leaving Cape Town bound for New York, one would have had to follow the clipper route…