As seen deep in the Flushing District of Queens.
Every day in November I posted both a written piece for NaBloPoMo and a photo for the WordPress Photography 101 course. Doing just one or the other would’ve been WAY less stressful, but why not go all out? Here are my takeaways from Photo101: I didn’t take a single new photo for the course. Mostly that was due to…
With this much determination, he’ll definitely triumph over the sand and make the perfect castle.
Here we are, within the swarm.
A pop of color and the question, “why?”
It looks a bit like a Coca-Cola ad, but it just exudes the warmth and simplicity of summer.
I like to think that people in Harlem use this mural as a landmark. I know I’d definitely use it as a meeting point.
The brilliance of photography is that it can capture a fleeting moment in which two people connect.
You might not be able to tell at first, but this photo is ironic. I was wandering around Harlem, camera in hand. I stopped, lifted my camera, and pressed the shutter. You’d think from looking at this picture that the women were meant to be my main subject, that I pressed the shutter to capture…
Admittedly you can’t see the street, but I promise it’s there.