When I’m walking in New York City with my camera I’m looking for interesting scenes to photograph at street level. But I always take time to look up. My wife and I were on a walk in New York City on a September morning in 2015 when we passed what was, for years, one of my favorite sculptures found in a public setting, Cubed Curve. The sculpture sat on the corner of Sixth … Continue reading
There’s nothing better than spending a sunny day at the races. It has beauty and color, with magnificent thoroughbreds in the paddock or on the track and jockeys wearing bright silks. It has excitement and drama, watching the horses fly toward the finish line in hopes that your horse arrives first. It has the thrill of victory (cashing a winning ticket) and the agony of defeat (throwing … Continue reading
Shadows of a split rail fence darken a trail in Blendon Woods Metro Park, Westerville, Ohio.