Monthly Archives: October 2014

NYC. UWS. 10.31.2014

These guys play Dueling Banjos with gusto—heads turning, eyes blazing, fingers picking. The Upper West Side stops to giggle and shoot pictures. Even during a week of press-hyped fear, we carry on and even celebrate the silly. Happy Halloween, NYC.

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Happy Halloween. Haiku. 10.31.2014

Elaborate ghosts dance above the brownstone door –as garbage trucks growl. Just saw a pumpkin the size of a Volkswagen –artists are funny. Real cobwebs and vines dangle from dagger gables –don’t ring that doorbell.

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Country. Today. Instagram. 10.17.2014

The distant mountain range—comprised of Guardian, Indian Head, Meads—is considered sacred, housing a Tibetan monastery. A trail that reaches the fire tower at the top of the range may reveal rattlesnakes and bears, depending on the weather. This beauty changes Read More

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Autumn. Country. Instagram. 10.16.2014

This season the color seemed to pop over night, and now foliage transforms the landscape every day. This is autumn in the Catskills shot two weeks ago. Today the view will be different. Wondrous impermanence.

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Autumn. Haiku. 10.13.2014

Falling from midnight the colors of autumn drop –and we wake, amazed. Along the wire fence pine needles like clothespins hang –bobbing with the wind. The pond’s perfect gaze holds a mountain’s reflection –with three passing clouds. On the brownstone Read More

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