The first moments of daylight. Last morning of a business trip, we just had to get in one more sunrise.
Hawk Hill, Marin Headlands, CA
The red of a Chelsea stoplight colors an attentive driver. I wonder if we were a "normal" fare for this guy. Surely driving nights can be very interesting!
Early afternoon in October, near the NY Public Library. The man commanded his own shadow to move perfectly with him.
On a day when no one was interested in ice-cream, this creature stayed occupied in the space of this chair. This was taken under the Hirshhorn Museum, inside the ring of the Sculpture Garden.
The Mall, Washington, DC
A lone biker escapes the commotion outside, by walking through a clothing store, with her bike. Aspen in the summer.
After a weekly Saturday Fencing Program session at the Peter Westbrook Foundation studio in Manhattan. Experienced competitors help young students reach their athletic and personal potential.
Let’s just say, pink is associated with cancer survivors.
People watching from the safety of a Parisian cafe, facing the Ponte Royal and École du Louvre across The Seine river.
Heading towards the lower Bethesda Terrance to escape the rain. The terrace fountain, just beyond the underground, is considered the heart of Central Park.
Central Park, NY
While approaching a new hotel entrance, I noticed phrases of the National Anthem illuminated just beyond large glass doors and then, this hotel bellman appeared. I captured one photograph of the bellman and reflected upon the messages conveyed in our anthem and this service provider's experience living in America.
From the hardness of the wine glasses to the soft textures of a face and the clay vase. This is a view inside the Bibiana DC restaurant.
Although the image is fairly suggestive, especially if you’re familiar with this part of New York City, the story may not be what it seems. This was taken Halloween evening.
This was the morning my wife first left for eighteen months of school in New York City. On the way home from Union Station, during a snow storm, I just had to stop and shoot a few scenes.
Constitution and 14th streets, WDC
The New York City Financial District looms behind rent controlled apartments, as viewed from the Manhattan Bridge.
Manhattan Bridge, NY
The narrow streets of the old walled city, where conquerers would build atop existing structures and use removable ladders to bypass lower levels preventing retaliation.
On the way from the Normandy beaches to Paris, we stopped in Bayeux, a town famous for the 11th-century Tapisserie and also as the first town allied armies secured during Operation Overload. But for us, it’s also known for the french waitress carrying fresh bread loaves across the street, under her arms.
Bayeux, Normandy, FR
A cloudy afternoon sky creates silhouettes against the varying geometric patterns of the pyramid.
Louvre, Paris, FR
Frank Lloyd Wright’s spiral design breathes with a contemporary spirit. It effectively provides open space to display art, while still isolating works just one level above or below.
Guggenheim Museum, NY
I should have had them stand more towards the right of the Ruff image, so that his holding the eyeglasses would be visible too. Oh well!
National Gallery, DC
When you’re in the museum, it feels like you are "in the ground, below the river" (because, you are). The long escalator, going up to the light, gives one the chance to reflect about how it might feel to be trapped under tons of...
World Trade Center, NY
The greening of the posts is due to the difference between the nearby street lamp and the natural (setting) sun’s balance of red, blue, and green (RGB) colors as combined to create “white” light.
With Dean & Deluca still visible in the background, a man carries the day's groceries while the neighborhood is otherwise quiet.
Javitz Convention Center, N.Y. Is he lost or just waiting?
Three on posters, one sipping coffee.
Lincoln Center, NY
People slowly venture out from the protection of the Louvre Cour Carrée, in awe of the the pyramids after a brief sun-shower.
We usually see smokers huddled in corners, staying out of view.
Movement at night leaves a more lasting shadow, if the lighting is right.
The Bay Area is known for it’s fog and clouds. Here, the lights of San Francisco saturate the clouds, while the Golden Gate Bridge casts light off both clouds and water.
Marin Headlands, CA