Builders used to do such cool things with buildings. Here are just a few of many on this apartment building off Amsterdam Ave. in New York.
A couple of other projects I did besides this here blog, if you’re a prospective client interested in what I do.
Just a half-hour away, the Frelinghuysen Arboretum, had managed to stay off our radar screens all these years.
Hey kids, what time is it?
That’s right, it’s time for the end of the world!
Rolling out a WordPress installation with 1600 blogs and then running mass training sessions for them led us into some pretty rough waters. Here are some “tunings” we tried.
Ripped from the front page of yesterday’s New York Times.
By “fauna” I mean bugs. This dragonfly was kind enough to pose. A spider in his web. This took us a long time to focus on, and I don’t remember if Claire or I got this one. The butterfly hung around a long time, and let me get close enough to almost fill the frame. […]
Far too bright to take my favorite kinds of landscape photos (here’s one anyway) when we embarked for the Swamp last weekend, but still a good day to find some hidden flora — green, flowering, fungal — to try and take some photos. We had wildflowers: Grasses, and mushrooms. Lots of mushrooms. It would be […]
I took it as a good opportunity to test the camera on my Nokia Lumia 900 phone.June’s “Wired” magazine gave it (the camera) a very high rating, so it’s worth an audition.
It is just a camera phone, so I’m aware that I’m nitpicking…
As we neared Verona on the West Essex Trail this last Sunday, an ominious sound was heard in the distance. A muffled thumping, it got louder and louder as we went, until we realized it was the Verona High School Marching Band rehearsing.
Abandoned rail lines are being weeded, paved, gravelled and generally re-surfaced to be the next wave of urban, suburban and rural recreation.