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New York City skyscrapers and a bird. Midtown. 

Birds have a synchronous relationship with the city. 

They fly with such brazen freedom through the man-made caverns soaring above the frenetic flow of the city below.


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New York City skyscrapers and a bird. Midtown.

Birds have a synchronous relationship with the city.

They fly with such brazen freedom through the man-made caverns soaring above the frenetic flow of the city below.

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View this photo larger and on black on my Google Plus page

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Buy “Synchronicity - Bird and Skyscrapers - New York City” Posters and Prints here, email me, or ask for help.

New York City skyline skyscrapers on a hazy day.

Pretty excited to announce this! 

I am now officially working for Camera+.

 Everyone who reads my blog regularly probably knows that I love using Camera+ for my mobile photography needs. So, to be able to directly work with Camera+ is a dream come true. I did a project for them a few months back and was hired officially this past week. 

While I technically work for Tap Tap Tap, the company that produces Camera+ and a variety of other great apps, I am mainly doing support for Camera+ and have been working hard to compile and grow an ever-expanding knowledge base as well. 

Good times! Sorry for the repetition if you have been following along where I already announced this on my Facebook profile a few nights back. Also, if you want, check out the Camera+ Facebook Page. There will be more posts there in the future.

And, of course, to accompany this announcement, I am sharing one of my favorite photos I have taken and edited with Camera+ of the New York City skyline. Seems appropriate :).


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View this photo larger and on black on my Google Plus page

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Buy “New York City Skyline - Chrysler Building and Skyscrapers” Posters and Prints here, email me, or ask for help.

New York City skyline skyscrapers on a hazy day.

Pretty excited to announce this!

I am now officially working for Camera+.

Everyone who reads my blog regularly probably knows that I love using Camera+ for my mobile photography needs. So, to be able to directly work with Camera+ is a dream come true. I did a project for them a few months back and was hired officially this past week.

While I technically work for Tap Tap Tap, the company that produces Camera+ and a variety of other great apps, I am mainly doing support for Camera+ and have been working hard to compile and grow an ever-expanding knowledge base as well.

Good times! Sorry for the repetition if you have been following along where I already announced this on my Facebook profile a few nights back. Also, if you want, check out the Camera+ Facebook Page. There will be more posts there in the future.

And, of course, to accompany this announcement, I am sharing one of my favorite photos I have taken and edited with Camera+ of the New York City skyline. Seems appropriate :).

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View this photo larger and on black on my Google Plus page

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Buy “New York City Skyline - Chrysler Building and Skyscrapers” Posters and Prints here, email me, or ask for help.

New York City in the rain. Flatiron District, Midtown.

There is an inherent romance that buzzes through the air in New York City when it rains. 

The Flatiron District is one of my favorite areas in Manhattan when it rains. The street (5th Avenue) opens up to reveal distant skyscrapers that disappear into heavy fog as people weave their way through the multitudes of umbrellas. 

The clock in this image is the Fifth Avenue Building Clock (a close-up image and its history is in this post) which is a New York City landmark and recalls another era: one where these ornamental clocks played a role in attracting people to gilded era storefronts. This vantage point is with the Flatiron Building directly in back of the viewer looking up 5th Avenue.


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I have had quite a few requests that I add some of my New York City mobile photography to my online store and portfolio since people are looking to buy holiday gifts. This is the first of one of those requests. It was taken with my phone and has been lovingly added (link below!).




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View this photo larger and on black on my Google Plus page

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Buy “New York City - Rain” Prints here, email me, or ask for help.

New York City in the rain. Flatiron District, Midtown.

There is an inherent romance that buzzes through the air in New York City when it rains.

The Flatiron District is one of my favorite areas in Manhattan when it rains. The street (5th Avenue) opens up to reveal distant skyscrapers that disappear into heavy fog as people weave their way through the multitudes of umbrellas.

The clock in this image is the Fifth Avenue Building Clock (a close-up image and its history is in this post) which is a New York City landmark and recalls another era: one where these ornamental clocks played a role in attracting people to gilded era storefronts. This vantage point is with the Flatiron Building directly in back of the viewer looking up 5th Avenue.

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I have had quite a few requests that I add some of my New York City mobile photography to my online store and portfolio since people are looking to buy holiday gifts. This is the first of one of those requests. It was taken with my phone and has been lovingly added (link below!).

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View this photo larger and on black on my Google Plus page

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Buy “New York City - Rain” Prints here, email me, or ask for help.