Went to Brooklyn and had Grimaldi’s for the first time.
Here are your new desktop backgrounds for July 2011! Just click on the one that matches your monitor type and then either right-click and set as desktop or save it to your computer and save it as your desktop manually.
And once again we return to Brooklyn for this Top 200 Photo. photo #129 is: Danielle’s family lives off of the last stop for the Q or B trains (as of this writing). So it’s a great place to photograph if you want to have an empty subway car. It can get really busy in […]
To Sheepshead Bay in Brooklyn for today’s Top 200 Photos. photo #146 is: One of the main bonding activities between my father-in-law and myself (and other members of Danielle’s family) was going fishing. Danielle’s father has almost always owned a boat and used fishing as his method of relaxation. For quite a number of years, […]
See it online here. This month it’s mostly from a trip to NYC.
And I continue to through my Top 200 most viewed photos on flickr. Photo #197 is: Brighton Beach in Brooklyn is one of my homes-away-from-home. I’ve been going there to visit the family that became my in-laws for about 10 years. It was so exciting to find out that they lived so close to […]
As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, I went to NYC over Father’s Day weekend to see the Mermaid Parade. Well, as if that wasn’t crazy enough, I went BACK to Coney Island that night to photograph the new Luna Park. I have been documenting the changes to Coney Island and so I wanted to document […]
In reading the New York Daily Photo Blog, I happened to come across a post about the Coney Island Mermaid Parade. I mentioned to my wife that I wanted to try and attend next time it happened. Being the awesome wife that she is, she kept her eye out for the date and let me […]
This is part of my NYC Tet Travelogue. See part one here. See part two here. — this was originally written on 14 Feb 2010 Life sure is strange. This morning I was sure I’d be buying a Holga today. After talking to Danielle, it even seemed that SHE would get one too. She wanted […]
One in 1,600,000. That’s odds of randomly meeting someone I know in NYC excluding my wife’s family. And yet, due to construction on the Q line, Danielle and I found ourselves on the bus with Katy Ho, who we hadn’t seen since graduation. I’ve often remarked to my wife that it was odd we hadn’t […]
A few weeks ago I took yet another stroll on Brighton Beach’s Boardwalk. This famous boardwalk goes from Brighton Beach past Coney Island all the way to Seagate. This time around I took some iconic photos from the area. In other words, these are exactly the types of photos you would see included in any […]