Travel to the Macroverse

In 2008 while living in Vancouver, I started playing with macro photography. I could not afford good glass and wasn’t sure I was ready for it any way. So I experimented with all kinds of low-cost alternatives, most cumbersome and awkward, in various combinations of camera, tripod, focusing rails, bellows, extensions tubes, rings and reverse…

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More New York Harbor Scenes

Taken from boats, docks, rooftops, islands and other locations. Urban shorelines, all of them. Contrasting. Conflicting. Polluted. Populated. And yet, water makes it all better. Manhattan and Jersey City in the haze Gangway The giants By the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge Leaving the Staten Island Ferry terminal High-rise Going home Spanish Navy training vessel Released On patrol…

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Van Cortlandt Park

In a constant effort to push the boundaries of our small urban sphere and to test the limits of the NYC transit system, we recently visited Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx. Surprisingly for a park, I managed to bring back tones of mostly reds and oranges. Go figure. Based on my previous post, I…

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