Tag Archives: New York

Dusty bottles

I took this picture in a museum in upstate New York back in 2009, although to my shame I can’t remember exactly where I shot it.  The things which people discard, the detritus of day-to-day life, can be just as … Continue reading

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A view along the bridge

I’ve posted up pictures of the Brooklyn Bridge before, but I’m hoping you will indulge me and allow another!  There’s something about the striking perspective of the cables, the shapes that they make and the almost palpable tension within them … Continue reading

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New York traffic

London yesterday, New York today – in photos at least, if not in reality!  I’ve only been to New York City a couple of times, but there is always something to see if you just relax and observe.  I guess … Continue reading

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Towering skyscraper

Today’s image was taken about five years’ ago on a trip to New York City.  Nothing in the UK can quite prepare you for the abundance of tall buildings towering above you in the city, and I reckon I spent … Continue reading

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The Brooklyn Bridge

I’ve visited New York City only three times, but I very quickly fell in love with the Brooklyn Bridge.  Maybe it’s partly because it has such an iconic status, and has featured in so many movies.  But I think it’s … Continue reading

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Clouds and water

Apart from taking the photographs themselves, one of the most enjoyable things about writing this blog is the excuse it gives me to go back through my archive of photos and choose images to include!  Today’s image was in fact … Continue reading

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More connections

My other half recently forwarded me a very thought-provoking link to a BBC website story.  It tells the story of Jeff Ragsdale, a New Yorker who found himself isolated and lonely in a big city.  He started putting up fliers … Continue reading

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