I am proud to present the Metro New York photography blogâ€” dedicated to the many, many slideshows I shoot a week.
Introducing SHOTS FIRED!!
And bunnies, of course.
Walking along a deserted road one night, the story goes, Nasreddin Hoca noticed a troop of horsemen riding toward him. Filled with terror that they might rob him or conscript him into the army, Nasreddin leaped over a nearby wall and found himself in a graveyard. The horsemen, who were in fact ordinary travelers, were interested by this behavior, so they rode up to the wall and looked over to see Hoca lying motionless on the ground.
“Can we help you?” the travelers asked. “What are you doing here?”
“Well,” Nasreddin Hoca replied, “it’s more complicated than you think. You see, I’m here because of you; and you’re here because of me.”
I should be a street style photographer. Seriously.
The Tara St. James presentation during NY Fashion Week.
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“Home” by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
Darling, you look delicious.
This is my favorite pic from my Obama experience.
United States President Barack Obama delivers remarks at a DSCC/DCCC event in the Roosevelt Hotel, New York City, New York on Wednesday, September 22, 2010.
Twin beams slice through the New York City skyline on the anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center, Saturday, September 11, 2010.