Monthly Archives: June 2014

Central Park Zoo

It’s always been surprising to people that I’ve lived in this area for so many years and never visited the Central Park Zoo. The truth behind it is that I’ve never had much of an urge to go in since … Continue reading

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Shakespeare in the Park … but not at the Delacorte

Besides doing photography, I work in the arts in various positions. I was brought in by a friend to take a look at the fights in an outdoor production of Romeo and Juliet being put on by Manhattan Shakespeare Project … Continue reading

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South of the Cloisters: Flower and Stone

We continue on our walk through Ft Tryon Park by walking back into Heather Garden. Then we take a look at Linden Terrace which concludes the trip. It was a short one, which was due to the purpose of the … Continue reading

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Fort Tryon Park: The Remains of a Mansion

I had worked on a tv show north of the city. During the drive to set, we passed by Fort Tryon Park. I noticed some arches by the side of the road and had no idea what they were. So … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Botanical in Spring

This entry wraps up the spring trip to the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. I walked around several times, taking a break for food and then heading back to areas, so the order of the shots might seem wonky at times. It … Continue reading

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