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Category: New York

Did Someone Say Noise?
August 22, 2020
Fauna, New York, Photography
Out at the Jamaica Bay Wildlife refuge yesterday afternoon, Marie and I were treated with the usual plethora of animal activity, a myriad of birds including multiple ospreys, a...
Seals!
May 9, 2020
Fauna, Hydrosphere, New York
Spotted a few weeks BC*, these two seals sat on a rock in weak afternoon light, dutifully soaking in the invisible waves of a pale sun, a stone's throw from the...
Supermoon
March 15, 2020
New York
Maybe a week ago, a touch before rationality gave in and fearmongering finally hijacked society, Marie and I were having a drink on the terrace, toasting to a precocious spring on...
Homecoming
March 4, 2020
Airborne, Always, New York, South Africa
So high above all the rampant worry and fear, aboard the smart Airbus 350-900 of a struggling South African Airways, cutting across the Gulf of Guinea towards the equator and a...
Against All Odds
January 13, 2020
Fauna, Hydrosphere, New York, Photoblogs
Yes, eight and a half million souls merrily sharing three hundred square miles of prime real-estate is a lot. Way too much in fact, as is the case for any large city. The very...
Prospect Park in the Fog
January 6, 2020
New York, Photoblogs
A recent walk through Prospect Park in thick fog yielded moody images. The duotone rendition seems to have captured the moment well. While the Brooklyn park will never replace my...