Category Archives: architecture

Chinatown – The Bloody Angle

Deep in the heart of Chinatown lies a street with a very violent history which has garnered it the nickname of The Bloody Angle; the deadliest street in American history.  Doyers Street is a very short and narrow street bent … Continue reading

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Chinatown – New York City

Manhattan’s Chinatown is a neighborhood in lower Manhattan and is home to the highest concentration of Chinese people in the western hemisphere; population of around 90,000 to 110,000. I went on a photo walk with a fellow photographer who lives … Continue reading

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How to get to an iconic spot when in NYC

Well first you have to get to New York City any way you can and from there it can get interesting.  Your choices are taxi, train, subway, ferry, water taxi and of course by foot.  On the day I wanted … Continue reading

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Steam

While I am no longer quite sounding like Barry White 😉 my voice is still gravely and a cough is still wreaking havoc on my sore ribs and muscles.  So today it’s off to the doctor’s office and hoping she … Continue reading

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Old Town Scottsdale

Old Town Scottsdale has a little bit of everything for the visitor.  You can find a variety of restaurants (my personal fave is Cien Agaves – try the guacamole!) that will take you from breakfast to dinner.  Loads of gift … Continue reading

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Photo Prompt: Shadow

As we all know, light plays a major part in how an image will turn out.  Conversely, shadows (the opposite of light one could say) can impact an image as well – both positively and negatively. No one wants a … Continue reading

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It’s good to have a friend to talk to

This photo has been languishing in my drafts post folder for several years now and today it spoke to me to let it come out and speak.  Everyone needs at least one friend that they can talk to.  It can … Continue reading

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