Category Archives: silhouette

Top of the Rock, etc.

 

Just the usual pre-Christmas goings-on at Rockefeller Center.

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New Orleans, #1

Sunday morning, New Orleans. I have no idea why this guy was carrying a briefcase early on a sunny Sunday morning, but he was heading for the riverfront (that’s a shipping crane in the distance on the other side of the river). When he got there he sat on a bench in the sun and watched the Mississippi and the strollers and joggers roll by. NOLA, Nawlins, The Big Easy, call it what you want, but it’s a slice of America you should experience. Great people, music, food and traditions. And excellent light. (Well, the French Quarter and Bourbon Street are overrun by tourists, but you can manage the crowds by choosing your time of day and steering clear.)

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June A.M.

DSC_9874_1WJune 4, 5:53 a.m.

 

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Black and Blue

DSC_1986WSHcopyMountains above the North Santiam River, late afternoon light, Cascades, western Oregon.

Also posted in mountains, Oregon

Hanging with Friends

 

A certain proportion of the graduates of the University of Vermont Class of 2012 are planning to hang around in Burlington, at least for the summer. After the graduation ceremonies on May 20, one person was already getting into the swing of things on the college green. Below, the statue of university founder Ira Allen is always hanging around and dresses for graduation. Good luck to all those new UVM grads!

 

Also posted in urban, Vermont

Night Snow

Snow-covered road at night, Albany, VT.

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Renaissance Portraits

I was back in New York last week, so I’ll have a bunch of urban posts over the next few days — from Fifth Avenue in front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, above, to Bushwick Avenue in Brooklyn, the 9/11 Memorial and some stops in between.

Also posted in New York, New York City, Uncategorized