This is a photographic record of walks I have taken in the five boroughs -- posted in rough chronological order.

I'll skip around from borough to borough as the mood strikes me. I'll add captions and occasionally a brief
commentary but, for the most part, I'll let the pictures speak for themselves
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Bryant Park

March 18 & April 2, 2014





 Sleeping at the Bryant Park Cafe










Carousel



Crossing Fifth Avenue




Morningside Park

February 10, 2014




The long winter



Central Park

February 6,  2014



Phoenix





Regression #1




Branch





Regression #2








Times Square subway station

January 19, 2013







A donation




Satisfaction




Williamsburg revisited: Street Murals

January 10, 2014





Robots




Creature





Infrastructure


I've done a lot of processing in Photoshop to render this version of Infrastructure. It was originally a cartoon street mural painted underneath the rusting and shattered window of an abandoned and crumbling building in the yet unyuppified section of Williamsburg where a few of the original artists are/were hanging on until the inevitable evictions. I've modified the picture to better capture the metaphor of our declining public space, the deterioration of our infrastructure,  as the 1% continues to ravage America.



The South Bronx: Westchester Avenue, #2 and #5

December 27 2013



 Westchester Avenue



Prospect Avenue Station





The South Bronx: A Quilted World

December 27, 2013



A Quilted World



 Olympic Theater



Chimney



Writing on the wall




Revival (South Bronx Fantasy #2)




Dystopia

December 20, 2013





 Snooping







Prisoner



Freeman Street (The South Bronx)

December 11





South Bronx Canvas




 Wrong side of the tracks
 



 Freeman Street




 City Light



Platform



South Bronx Fantasy




The flag man




Midtown

September 17






















The Apple Store

September 17




 The Ascension





iStairs




 Upstairs, downstairs






Times Square: reflections in a puddle

September 2





 The naked cowboy strums his guitar




Snap




eat well