Making Up is Hard To Do

Making Up is Hard To Do

Making Up is hard to do when you’re traveling on a train.  Going from Penn Station to visit the FDR museum in Hyde Park, NY in a beautiful ride.  Heading up the Hudson River to Poughkeepsie takes less than 2 hours.  From there, you catch a dedicated city bus to...
Rear Window MOMA

Rear Window MOMA

It was a dark and rainy New York morning.  A great time to wander around The Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art searching for the ideal patron viewing the perfect painting.  Some of the world’s most famous works including Wyeth’s Christina’s...
Shapes of Water

Shapes of Water

The Quebec City Hall has a wonderful “dancing” water fountain which, while nice by day, should not to missed at night.  Girls in the Fountain are running as the Shapes of Water and shades of blue create an eerie scene.  The dazzling patterns of light are...
Two Redheads at the MET

Two Redheads at the MET

Two Redheads are featured in this image at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET).  We see an anonymous patron observing Jean-Baptiste Greuze’s “Study Head of a Woman”.   There are photographers, like Stefan Draschan, who I admire — and envy....
Relaxing Outside the Met

Relaxing Outside the Met

On this partly sunny day in New York, there were literally hundreds of visitors Relaxing Outside The Met (Metropolitan Museum of Art).  With my FujiFilm XT-10 camera at the ready, I noticed this gentleman, arms folded, with several woman nearby — on their...
Couple Enjoying Sonoma Coast

Couple Enjoying Sonoma Coast

A Couple Enjoying Sonoma Coast, sitting together, yet in their own world.  They are physically apart but yet connected on this sunny day.It’s an image that can elicit a number of emotions from wonder to tranquility to a touch of warmth. These large driftwood...
Gentleman on the Aspen Bus

Gentleman on the Aspen Bus

On a recent trip to Colorado, while returning from a fantastic hike in Maroon Bells, this gentleman boarded the bus.  He was distinguished in an awkward sort of way.  Someone you might want to sit and talk with in order to learn about his life story.  It was the...
Archer at the Legion of Honor

Archer at the Legion of Honor

While Klimt and Rodin were receiving all the press in late 2017 at the Legion of Honor in San Francisco, a third exhibit was quietly garnering some accolades. “Gods in Color: Polychromy in the Ancient World”. Pictured is a Trojan archer, one of 40 reproductions of...