Category: photography

Seeking the light

We have collectively weathered some dark days. I know I have. I joke around that I’m a sunny curmudgeon as I’m a New Yorker who lived in California for a decade (not all consecutively). I have a New York vibe that is just a bit off-kilter. I’m an […]

The lid was blown off

Everything smelled, looked, and felt as battered as they were. They had come through the storm. But there was no turning back. Mother nature just reinforced what had been percolating and brewing for some time. The lid was blown off and now all was exposed.

Eventually the dirt rises

Sometimes one can have two totally juxtaposed thoughts hours apart that just fit in with each other. I’d like to think I’m in one continuous stream of thought and I just have to seam it all together. Of course, as a psychologist I would tbink that. But let […]

There was no them

She stepped out from the little gathering to grab some fresh air and clear her thoughts. They had gone into the event happily enough. She wasn’t expecting much. These days it seemed like people tried too hard to be witty or seem to be great conversationalists. Being cooped […]

What’s a “me” day?

For the past year, I have not really taken a day off. I haven’t taken a vacation. Neither have millions upon millions of people. But we each reach a point where maybe we need a day off. For the past few months, people have been repeatedly telling me […]

Carcasses

In New Yok, you see everything. You can experience almost everything. And, with enough money you can certainly buy pretty much anything. Thus, when walking the city streets of New York, you have to be prepared for just about everything and anything. Yup. The other morning it looked […]