Automotive Photography, New York, Photography

Coming And Going


Fujifilm X-E2 and Fujinon XF 55-200 R OIS Lens – 1/280 @ f/4.2 – ISO 200 – Manual focus mode

It was a blah type of rainy day but I thought I would still go out and have some fun with the camera.  As they say “when life gives you lemons, make lemonade”.  I hope you enjoy.

Black and White, Black and White Photography, New York, Photography

Steady As She Goes


Fujifilm X-E2 and Fujinon XF 35mm f/1.4 R Lens – 1/680 @ f/4.0 – ISO 200

I give this older gentleman a lot of credit, he is out and about every day with his morning routine.  I don’t think I have ever been in Babylon Village without seeing him.

Automotive Photography, Joseph, New York, Photography

Double Vision


Fujifilm X-E2 and Fujinon XF 55-200 R OIS Lens – 1/280 @ f/4.2 – 122mm – ISO 200 – Manual focus mode

A lot of people hate rain but I enjoy it.  Everything is so exaggerated like the street reflection of the headlights on these cars. I had to put the camera in manual focus mode to defocus and shoot.  I hope you enjoy.

New York, Photography

Kayak Tour


I was in Cold Spring harbor this past Saturday morning and i noticed a crowd of people with Kayaks.  I then realized they were all there because a gentleman that offers Kayak tours was also giving lessons.


As the photo shows above he was helping people into the Kayaks and balancing them until they got their sea legs.  After he taught them  proper paddling technique he gave them a shove and they were on their way.


One by one they all cast off to practice their newly acquired Kayaking skills.


Some managed better than others but they all seemed to get the hang of it by the time they gathered into two groups to wait for the teacher and guide.


Alright give me a minute to stuff myself in here and I’ll be right with you guys.


And I’m off hopefully the weather will stay good until i finish this tour.


This Kayaker was not learning he was just coming in and I had to take a photo of his custom wooden Kayak, a pretty slick one too 🙂