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
A small collection of photographs of ice and snow in New York during a period of unusually cold weather.
New York, NY, USA -- 18 April 2014
Photographs of tourists and performers in New York's Times Square.
Easter Parade 2014
New York, NY, USA -- 20 April 2014
Photographs of people in preposterous hats from New York's 2014 Easter Parade.
Photographs of electronic music band VnV Nation at Bowery Ballroom, New York.
Pipe burst on Houston Street
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
Photographs from the 2014 Coney Island Mermaid Parade.
New York, NY, USA -- 19 July 2014
"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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