Manhattan-Henge

Twice every year, in the last week of May, and again in the 2nd week of July is “Manhatten-henge” – it is where the sun lines up perfectly with the street grid in New York City, and for a period of about 2 minutes, and only twice each year, as the sun sets, it illuminates…

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The Clydesdales Came to Town

Another case of being in the right place, at the right time, I happened to see the (very famous beer brand)’s Clydesdale horses being exercised, while here for a visit at the Little Brown Jug.

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The 2015 US Women’s Ticker Tape Parade

Occasionally, I find myself in the “right place at the right time” – like this one time a while back, when the US Women’s Soccer Team had just defeated Japan to win the World Cup in 2015. I was in New York on assignment, and happened to (A) have my camera with me, and (B)…

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Going to the beach when it’s frozen

It’s interesting to shoot in the colder weather. First of all, with the colder temperatures, the atmosphere is not as capable of holding moisture as it is in warmer weather. That results in less particulate matter (either pollution or water vapor, in the form of haze) in your photos. While in Chicago a couple winters…

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