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Smallest Photo Photo Gallery
Last Build Date: Wed, 16 Aug 2006 17:44:30 EST
Copyright: Copyright 2006
This was taken last winter on an early morning in frozen fog. Was having a hell of time focusing in on anthing through the mist so I figured the ol' tripod was as good a subject as any.
As seen on JSM
So here's a problem I have when out for a day of shooting. I tend to forget the names of the places I've been shooting. So as a consequence I'm not entirely sure which buidling this is though I'm fairly certain it's part of the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich.
Things Are Looking Up
Things have been sort of topsy turvey of late. Hospital stays, a new job, and a great visit from my globe trotting sister. So I thought this image taken of my daughter late one evening in the backyard was rather appropraite.
Playing with some reflective shots. Something about their mildly abstract nature that appeals.
There's been a great deal of stuff going on lately and some of it has been taking place in and around Covent Garden. Perhaps an announcement later next week.
As the sun set in Bruges, boats were moored around the Rosary Dock (Rozenhoedkaai).
A Tribute Of Their Gratitude
Standing in Hyde Park looking back at The Royal Albert Hall through the Albert Memorial, I could hear a plane in the distance. Then it was just a matter of waiting......
Grid Upon Grid
Taken at Ground Zero through the protective mesh coverings.
Taken in Alkmaar, The Netherlands.
On a sidenote you might notice a small leaf-like graphical addition to the footer of this and all pages of the site. Recently I was chosen to become a member of the 9Rules Network. I'll do my very best to live up to their high standards of content.
As a typical New Yorker, I tend to run with the theory that once you cross the bridge you're immediately in the Midwest. As such I can't offer any insights into which bridges these are, only the advice to stay on the bird-side of them.