New York City. A sprawling, naked metropolis with eight million stories. If you’re vigilant and with an ever-ready finger on your trusty shutter button, you might be lucky enough to capture a few or maybe that one lucky shot that can help … Continue reading Split-Second Story
Krista’s Weekly Photo Challenge asks us to share a photo that says “twist” to us. According to her, twist “might be that perfect ice cream cone, a yummy bit of liquorice, or something unexpected that surprised, shocked, or startled you.” In … Continue reading Twist
What I love however are the smaller pieces of artwork you see plastered everywhere you go, created by the inspired denizens of Gotham: Michelle W. asked us in this week’s WordPress photo challenge to show a thing, a place or a … Continue reading Work of (Street) Art
For this week’s photo challenge, the subject is “on the move“. As Cheri aptly noted, with our cellphones so readily available, it’s quite easy to now document our journies no matter how long or how short they may be. Walking to the … Continue reading On the Move
To me, spring means spending time inside – and a battery of medication to temporarily keep my symptoms at bay. Today’s weekly photo challenge is to depict what spring means to us. Ah, spring… the weather starts to get warmer here in … Continue reading Why I Hate Spring!
This past weekend I won two free tickets to see The Pet Shop Boys at Terminal 5 in downtown New York City. Back in the 80s my good buddy Victor turned me on to 92.7 WLIR FM, based out of … Continue reading WLIR.FM, Pet Shop Boys and Terminal 5