I was photographing a march that originated at Columbus Circle in NYC when I spotted a former member of “The Fab Four” in the crowd. To make a long story short I did get to meet and talk with Sir Paul for a few minutes but I thought the look this NYPD officer gave me when I was approaching Paul was priceless LOL.
Tag Archives: Manhattan
I haven’t posted for quite some time so I thought I would share an image of this friendly chap. My wife and I were in Manhattan to meet up with friends and fellow blogger Laurie and her husband Greg who were in from Virginia for the weekend. You can see Laurie’s blog – here He was our bartender at the pub at the Moynihan Train Hall in NYC. I wish I would have got his name but he did mention he was from Dublin. I know, I know he looks like he’s only 15 years old but he had a great personality and knew how to properly pour a Guinness. Image taken with an iPhone 12 Pro Max in portrait mode.
After attending an Eric Clapton concert at Madison Square Garden we were on our way back to the new Penn Station and I had to try a night shot with my iPhone 12 Pro Max. I used the widest lens for this shot.
Image taken with a Fujifilm X30 compact camera
The Big Apple
I was sorting through some old images and came across this one and stopped in my tracks. I realized the person wearing the red flannel shirt in the background is no longer with us. This image is about six years old and it was taken after a four hour photo walk with my dear late friend Patricia Fogarty. Patti was also one of the original seven Main Contributors on our black and white only website Monochromia. Patti was a great street photographer and I learned so much from her. One of the best things about going into Manhattan to shoot with Patti was enjoying a cold IPA (or maybe a few) afterwards and talking for hours. From our start as photo bloggers we became the best of friends in real life. I miss you Patti.
To view Patti’s contributions to Monochromia click – here
8th Avenue and 34th Street Manhattan, NY
Blue And Yellow
Doing tourist things, taking a cellphone image of the Flatiron Building while in New York City.
Taken at last years New York City Easter Bonnet Parade.
Wishing everyone a Happy Easter and Passover
Image was taken at the NYC Holiday Nostalgia Train with a Fujifilm X30 compact camera.
Here’s another shot from the 2019 NYC Easter Parade
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