2022: The Interior Art of the Former Main US Post Office

Maybe it’s not a grand foyer like the Palais Garnier in Paris, but it’s close enough. Hey, at least it’s not crowded! (; (Perhaps if they put some theatre and brought some wine, more people would come. :P) The interior of the post office. It has a Beaux-Arts style. Anyway, a couple of Sundays ago, I … Continue reading 2022: The Interior Art of the Former Main US Post Office

2022: Exploring Grand Central Station at Night

"If we don’t care about our past, we can’t have very much hope for our future.” – Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, 1975.  Heading inside the station. It's one of the many entrances. The other week, I explored Grand Central Station in Manhattan, New York, in the evening beyond the Main Concourse and the hustle and bustle. … Continue reading 2022: Exploring Grand Central Station at Night

2021: Eric Kim’s Street Photography Master Workshop in NYC

As mentioned before, I went to Eric Kim’s Street Photography Master Workshop in NYC. Eric Kim is a well-known photographer who also infuses his own philosophy into his work. (Check out his site! He has a plethora of free information.) So, when he was hosting a workshop close to my home, I figured I would … Continue reading 2021: Eric Kim’s Street Photography Master Workshop in NYC

2021: To Mask or Not to Mask in Manhattan

A couple of weeks ago, before Manhattan officially allowed  “vaccinated” folks to walk the streets maskless, I was in this very city all masked up. So, these were my thoughts while walking through the streets. Also, I had the wonderful opportunity to photograph strangers with their permission and with their masks on. 🙂 While the majority … Continue reading 2021: To Mask or Not to Mask in Manhattan