When possible, escaping the city for a few days is revitalizing, as in “vital”. It restores perspective and calms nerves down. Having graciously been invited to do just that, we caught a bus at New York’s Port Authority Terminal and rode west for two hours, crossing three state lines along the way. Leaving the city,…Details
Away from the city for the 4th of July weekend, we took to the Pennsylvania woods with friends, looked for mushrooms, tracked down an elusive orange salamander, swam in a motor-free lake and when the rain was done pouring, watched this stunning sunset. More pictures coming soon. Sunset on Twin Lakes, Shohola, PA Similar posts: Exploring…Details
Three days ago, I quietly published a story about the daily clashes between cyclists and tourists on the Brooklyn Bridge. I had been planning on doing a month-long study of the issue but got decent pictures on my first shoot and, impatient, I posted them. Brooklyn Bridge Hot Line Marie liked the pictures, put them…Details
The Merriam-Webster online dictionary defines a tourist as “One that makes a tour for pleasure or culture.” As per the Wikipedia, the World Tourism Organization describes tourists as people who “Travel to and stay in places outside their usual environment for more than twenty-four (24) hours and not more than one consecutive year for leisure,…Details
On Van Brunt Street, ideal break on a return walk from the Red Hook waterfront. Very nice burgers, no-fuss place.
Some people couldn’t care less about airports. They consider them mere utilities, no better than the dirty cab they took to get there or the ugly meeting room they are going to spend hours in when they get off their flight. Personally, I love them. Always have. My dad used to work at the Nice…Details