Category Archives: Manhattan
On the way up to the bell tower I was able to take some high iso shots inside the church. This one is through the organ of some of the great stained glass work.
I once again ran around to a number of events as part of Open House New York weekend. This year most of the places that I went to had very steep narrow stair cases, including this one where we climbed up … Continue reading
The weather is getting warmer – tonight I found myself in soho and decided to got for a stroll through china town. Away from the hustle and bustle of the tourists and the other china town goers I found this … Continue reading
Up until last night I had never been to Katz’s Deli despite having lived close by when I first moved into the city.
John Hodgman refered to me as Bearded Man while he was M.C.ing a book reading by David Javerbaum. Clearly this was in error and he took the time to apologize on on his books title page.
For the past 3 years of Open House New York I’ve wanted to go to one of the MTA substation tours but failed to be able to register in time. This year the tour was first come first served so … Continue reading
This was one of the best Bergdorf Goodman holiday windows. Two polar bears boxing, one even had a signed Muhammad Ali set of gloves…
I only took two pictures, because I was busy in that second seat in clipping 100s of chips of peoples shoes. It was a cold day but I enjoyed my self.
Went with Amy and Henry to a dog park in battery park city today. Henry had fun running around and chaising other dogs when they wern’t looking.
The view from the outside of the Kushner residence. Adam Kushner, the architech/builder/everything, actually thought that he recognized me, I just wish I had something better to say when that happened instead of bumbling.