Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Good Evening Lower Manhattan

The lower Manhattan skyline from a rusted beam on the Brooklyn Bridge. I didn't have my tripod on me at the time, but this legendary bridge did the job quite nicely...

Must view large on black, you may click the image to do so...

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Hot and Steamy II & III

More shots of the Citizen's Thermal Plant...


These are definitely best if viewed large, you may click the images to do so...

Old School

Another shot from 16th Street in the Old Northside area...

Best if viewed large on white, you may click the image to do so... The exact location is geotagged in Flickr.

Monday, March 29, 2010

16th and Lewis

Near 16th and the Monon Trail...

Exact location is geotagged in Flickr

Bergen Street Bloom / Bergen Street Station

Spring comes to NYC; these were shot in an area of Brooklyn called Prospect Heights... Their exact locations are geotagged on each image's Flickr page...


Both are best if viewed large...

Friday, March 26, 2010

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Puddle

At the corner of 11th and Alabama...

Its exact location is geotagged on its Flickr page...

Chameleon Cyclist

Near the corner of New Jersey and Ohio, across from the gravel lot(s).

Best if viewed large on white...

Monday, March 22, 2010

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Urban Chess

In Midtown Manhattan, near Union Square and the Flatiron Building...

Its exact location is geotagged on the image's Flickr page; you may go by clicking the image...

Its Organic

This car alone could be on some kind of reality tv show. On North Alabama street in the Old Northside area...

Best if viewed large, you can spot some of the interesting items in the car...

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Friday, March 19, 2010

↓ONLY

Looking east down 10th Street from where it intersects with Central Avenue/East Street. Does this intersection really need such an elaborate configuration? I live near here, and never notice enough traffic that warrants this...

Best if viewed on white, you may click the image to do so...

The Old and the New....er

Near the corner of Ft. Wayne Avenue and 10th Street...

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Rural Mass

The weather has been nicer, so I've been a picture taking fool as of late; this was taken at, where else, Rural and Mass...

This also is best if viewed large on black, you may do so by clicking the image...

Beams and Beams

Near the corner of New Jersey and Ohio, on the east end of downtown. Its exact location is geotagged in Flickr.

Best if viewed large on black, you can click the image to do so...

Monday, March 15, 2010

Down and Out in New York City

James Brown sang about it, I photograph it...Just some random shots of things that have amused me enough to photograph them in New York City...




Ghost of Sandwich Past

At the corner of 20th and College, near MLK Park...

This is best if viewed large on black, you can click the image to do so...

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Far Out

Taken near the corner of 19th and Central in the Herron-Morton area...

Best if viewed large on black, you can click the image to do so...

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Fun on Subways Week, Part 3 - 4 5 6 Uptown

Got to go down to get uptown... This is the Union Square station, which is on 14th Street.

This is best if viewed large on black, please click image to do so.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Monday, March 8, 2010

Fun On Subways Week, Part 1 - Dupont Circle Launch

Some of the depths of the subway stations in Washington DC are 'legendary', Dupont Circle is one of those...

This is best to be viewed large on white, please click the image to do so...

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Police Brutality

A wonderful Harlem police station demonstrating the 1970's Brutalism architectural style...

This image is best if viewed large on a white background, you may click the image to do so.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Shoegasm

In an area of Manhattan called Chelsea, which is downtown, close to Lower Manhattan and the Meat Packing District, its exact location has been geotagged in Flickr.

This should definitely be viewed large on black, you can click the image to do so.