Silent Sundays #9182

“Minds are like flowers; they open only when the time is right.” – Steven Richards

Super Snow Moon

According to NASA  last night’s Super Snow Moon (called a snow moon due to the typical snowfall amount this month) wouldn’t be an astronomecal spectacle like the Super Blood Wolf Moon Eclipse but it would be bigger and brighter and  definately lighting up the sky. This being one of three super moons this month sure…

Stock Photography

Selling your work as a stock photographer might give you a nice supplemental income but it certainly won’t make you rich. The competition is steep and the key is not to get discouraged. I have been selling my photography on several stock platforms such as Shutter-Stock, Getty Images and Adobe Stock because one of my…

Monochrome Mondays #4030

This image was taken on a really cold winter’s day at Larchmont Manor Park. What was I doing out? Don’t know but I’m glad I went. “It’s about you. If you win, it’s you; if you lose, it’s you. Black and white. Nowhere to hide.”- Greg Rusedski

Happy New Year 2019

What a beautiful day today turned out to be! Sunny with blue skies. Almost 60 degrees here in New York. Happy New Year to all of you my word press friends and family. I want to wish you guys a happy & healthy new year filled with as much sunshine as today was! Keep shooting…

Autumn Is Beautiful Series

Yesterday I took a walk in the softening sunlight and the sights and sounds of fall stirred my soul. Whether you call it fall or autumn, there is no doubt that this is a beautiful time to be in New York. But today is the opposite of yesterday, so cold and windy reminding us that…

October

“The crickets still sing in October. And lilly, she’s trying to bloom. Tho she’s resting her head on the shoulder of death, she still shines by the light of the moon.” ― Kevin Dalton – Faubush Hill

Coffee Day

Grab yourself a second cup and maybe a slice of apple pie because today is National Coffee Day!

New York Moments – Brooklyn Bridge

Another beloved landmark and cultural icon in NYC is the Brooklyn Bridge.  It spans the East River and connects Brooklyn and Manhattan. The world’s first steel suspension bride, the masterminds behind it calls it “The greatest engineering work of the ages …..” and I totally agree. I tried to take this 1.3 mile walk across…