I am happy to announce that my landscape work is now listed on Fine Art America. Check out my page. You will notice that the majority of it is New York City Skyline pictures. Be sure to check out other new york city skyline art while your there.
Here is another photo I took while leading the World Wide Photo walk in Port Jefferson. The weather just didn’t know what it wanted to do that day. Storm clouds, the sun setting, and just a touch of red in the distant sky. Click on the picture to see it bigger.
Here is a photo from Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk. I have lead a walk on Long Island for the past four years. This was the second year I lead a walk in Port Jefferson. It was an evening walk and this is one of the last shots of the night. The pier has a little light house at the… Continue readingThe Little Light
This past weekend my daughter and I spent the evening wandering around Brooklyn Bridge Park. You couldn’t help but stop what you were doing and watch the last rays of light set behind the New York City skyline. As I have mentioned in other posts, Brooklyn Bridge Park is one of the best locations to take pictures of the NY… Continue readingCity Sunset
Last night I took a stroll through The High Line Park in New York City. The High Line is a park built on an historic elevated freight train line, The New York Central. The High Line is located on the west side of Manhattan between 10th and 11th Avenue. The High Line starts at Gansevoort St. and finishes up at… Continue readingThe High Line
The Washington Monument is now open again for visitors. A short elevator ride takes you to the top of the monument where you will get to see the amazing view it offers of our nation’s capital. The monument had been closed to visitors since it was damaged in a 2011 earthquake. Completed in 1884 the monument stands 555 feet tall.… Continue readingWashington Sky
Jane’s Carousel is situated right along side the Brooklyn Bridge in Brooklyn Bridge Park. The Carousel was built in 1922 and features 48 hand carved horses and two chariots. The original home of this beautiful piece of American history was not Brooklyn but actually Youngstown, Ohio. Purchased in 1984 by David and Jane Walentas, Jane Walentas spent years in her… Continue readingJane’s Carousel
Wandering our way through mid-town to Rockefeller Center we had to stop to take a photo of the iconic Radio City Music Hall. Radio City was built by John D. Rockefeller and opened to the public in December of 1932. Over the years it has been used to show movies, live acts, television broadcasts, plays and is home of the… Continue readingRadio City Music Hall
Spring is right around the corner but the ice is still frozen at Rockefeller Center. Believe it or not, it is a great time to go and skate there. The crowds are very light in the evenings and the outside temperature is still just cold enough to keep the ice frozen but not so much you. Here is a shot… Continue readingStill Time to Skate at Rockefeller Center
Here is a shot of the lower Manhattan section of New York City as seen from Brooklyn Bridge Park in, you guessed it, Brooklyn. Brooklyn Bridge Park offers one of the best views of Manhattan anywhere in the city. To the right you can see the Brooklyn Bridge. If you were standing there with me that night, further down you… Continue readingNew York City Skyline