New York 2014 Archives

Twenty Fourteen

06 January 2014 | Permalink
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Back in 2010, I decided to do a photo-a-day project. The plan was that I would take one photograph every day and post the results to a website. The result was the 2010 Photo Blog.

It was a fun exercise, so this year I decided to do it again. You can follow along at the new 2014 Photo Blog.

 

Ice, ice, baby

New York, NY, USA -- 08 January 2014 | Permalink
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A small collection of photographs of ice and snow in New York during a period of unusually cold weather.

 

Times Square

New York, NY, USA -- 18 April 2014 | Permalink
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Photographs of tourists and performers in New York's Times Square.

 

Easter Parade 2014

New York, NY, USA -- 20 April 2014 | Permalink
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Photographs of people in preposterous hats from New York's 2014 Easter Parade.

 

VnV Nation

New York, NY, USA -- 11 May 2014 | Permalink
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Photographs of electronic music band VnV Nation at Bowery Ballroom, New York.

 

Pipe burst on Houston Street

New York, NY, USA -- 22 May 2014 | Permalink
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When the flood waters receded after a water main burst on Houston Street this afternoon, they left behind a large amount of sandy mud and a rather spectacular sinkhole that took a chunk out of the westbound side of the street. Houston has been snarled up by roadworks for a number of months; losing half the street is not going to improve matters.

I arrived too late to see the actual flood, but the damage it did is impressive in its own right.

 

Mermaid Parade 2014

Brooklyn, NY, USA -- 21 June 2014 | Permalink
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Photographs from the 2014 Coney Island Mermaid Parade.

 

Sousveillance

New York, NY, USA -- 19 July 2014 | Permalink
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"Come closer," said the cop. "Come closer. You wanna video this? Don't be shy. Come right over here."

I moved forward a few feet, suspecting a trap, making sure not to go any closer than the ten feet that is sometimes considered the magical 'safe distance' for approaching a working police officer. But of course, there is no 'safe distance'. It all depends on the mood of the moment.

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