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Category: New York

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...
Happy Birthday Ntiniwe!
March 2, 2019
Always, New York, On the road
"What on Earth were you both doing drinking Champagne at night in the car, parked on the street a block from home?" you might ask. A weird picnic? Better. A celebration. One...