It’s not often that Philadelphia’s Schuylkill River looks like this. Two five-degree days will do that, leaving most Philadelphians frozen as well. Alas, it will be over 50 degrees today and the river, the city and its people have thawed out. We can only look back on the beautiful, icy views, and recall how we never want to feel that cold again. For more info on the Schuylkill River Trail, visit http://www.schuylkillrivertrail.com/index.php?/trail/overview/philadelphia/
Philadelphia’s Rittenhouse Square is ripe for classic holiday photos. The tree is up, the lights are hung, and it’s 65 degrees three days before Christmas. Maybe not entirely classic. Snow-covered would have been nice. Although for the fair-weather photographer, it’s not so bad. After having been away from Philadelphia for over ten years, moving back last week and living just two blocks from this beautiful park is a real treat. It’s also worth… Read More
Manhattan — The sky, the weather, the color and clarity of light, each change by the second. New buildings rise and old buildings fall. But for those photographing the iconic skyline, the greatest variations come from behind the camera — from emotions born within, formed by our relationship with the city and then recast, consciously or not, in megapixels that reflect our momentary disposition. The result is not always rosy–it is New York.
There were just too many interesting nuggets, too many compelling sites. I had to put them online. I Spy NYC. That was the name and that was the blog. Sometimes people encouraged me by hitting the like button and leaving a comment on posts that they liked. Sometimes the site would go a day or two without a visitor. Nevertheless, I checked the site stats every 15 minutes every day, sometimes more often. On a few… Read More