Winter in New York

Winter in New York

Some cities suit a season. New York comes into its own in winter. It gets cold, but the sky is an electric blue, the sun shines, and when it snows it buckets down, no half-measures, covering the streets and parks in a blanket of serene white. The city seems suspended...
Rome

Rome

“Roma”, the Eternal City, the capital and largest city of Italy and of the Lazio region. The famed city of the Roman Empire, the Seven Hills, La Dolce Vita, the Vatican and Three Coins in the Fountain. Rome, as a center of power, culture and religion, has...
Street Vendors

Street Vendors

Street food culture is active in so many cities, and New York is the capital of street vending in the United States. Sidewalk entrepreneurship is gaining popularity in many areas around the city. The variety of offerings has definitely increased beyond the classic...
Manhattan Skyglow

Manhattan Skyglow

Skyglow is the illumination of the night sky or parts of it. Skyglow from artificial lights is common throughout the world and can be observed over most cities and towns as a glowing dome of the populated area. These are a few shots of Manhattan’s...
Urban Grit

Urban Grit

Gansevoort Market was home to 250 slaughterhouses and packing plants. Beginning in the late 1990s, the Meatpacking District went through a transformation. High-end boutiques catering to young professionals and hipsters opened. In 2004, New York magazine called the...
Back to Black

Back to Black

There’s something about these old photos of New York that continually draws me back. To me it is interesting to see how much the city has changed and of course, how it hasn’t. Indeed, black and white photography doesn’t attract with its play of colors. Instead, it’s...