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Paris 5/26/19

We arrived mid-day, exhausted but ready to walk. We are staying in the Marais and walked a bit east and then down from our spot on the Right Bank to the Seine. Didn’t have my good camera with me but got a few shots, including one of Notre Dame.

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Manhattan February

Color and gritty brightness, Manhattan in February. Words on the sidewalk at Greenwich Avenue and 7th. Self-portrait in a convex subway mirror. A favorite scruffy mailbox. Subway mosaic. And the western sun hitting me hard as a I turn down 11th Street.

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annual Xmas walk: SoHo & Little Italy

We walk around Manhattan every December 25th—this year in preparation for our dinner at a Chinese restaurant. Here are some photos from our walkaround. We were surprised at how much was going on, mostly for tourists, in Little Italy. It was hopping, especially at the Cannoli King.  

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my tiny urban garden

My tiny urban garden—here along an alley between 46th/47th, Osage, and Larchwood—is producing lots of beautiful herbs and veggies. It’s south-facing and so gets tons of sun (and the worst heat) but it drains well and we’ve had a good deal of rain. Here are some mid-August wonders.

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Cornwall deck in the Sunday morning sun

Another early July weekend in Cornwall with Liz and Ken. And the luck of the weather. It broke, and we are taking in the slant of Sunday morning sun on the old deck. The heavy contrast of sun and shade made my reach for my Nikon.

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A frigid winter day’s walk to the Morgan

We walked from Greenwich Village to the Morgan Library today. It must have been 10 degrees F. But we layered up and made it in good shape. Then saw several good exhibits, including one about Charles Dickens on tour. Here are some photos, in no order, taken on the walk...

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Xmas walk around Manhattan

It’s an annual thing with us—a long Xmas day and evening walk around Manhattan. These time we specialized in the Lower East Side, Chinatown and the East Village. Here is a selection of photos from the day. Click on any image for a larger view.

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snowy Sunday at Osage Avenue

Took a dawn walk this Sunday morning to see what the snow that fell all day yesterday—10 hours or so of flurries—would look like from behind the camera’s lens. Here are a few of the dawn shots. One is indoors, as you can see: our miraculous “Christmas” cactus, which came...