Saturday, August 27, 2005

Reinventing Monet. Plate 1

Central Park, NYC

Friday, August 26, 2005

Scary Picture. Plate 1

Spring St., NYC

Monday, August 22, 2005

Flea Market

The open Flea Market in NYC is always fun to visit. Today I went to 24St between 5th and 6th and I bought a used DVD for $6 a Michael Haneke film "Time of the Wolf" an elegantly pessimistic movie which I consider one of the best movies I've seen in 2004.
24rd St and 6th Ave., NYC

Saturday, August 20, 2005

Still Life. Plate 1

I took this shot yesterday, August 19 inside my bathroom. It was all improvisational. My materials include: the glass sliding door, the sink, the bathroom window's available lights and the lime colored glass

Still Life. Plate 2

I took this shot yesterday, August 19

Friday, August 19, 2005

In Memory

Today August 19 is my Father's Death Anniversary.

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Kid Relaxing

Ludlow St., NYC

A Wavy Street

Ludlow Street, NYC

Monday, August 15, 2005


Today I am posting randomly selected photos.
Brooklyn, NYC

2 Buildings

The building on the left is called Flatiron. It is a very famous building in the city. It is considered one of the oldest remaining skyscraper in NYC.
23rd St and 5th Avenue, NYC

Wednesday, August 10, 2005

The Healing Lotus Garden

I was ill this pm that I only posted one. I went to bed at 4pm and woke up at 10pm feeling very good.
The Healing Power of Lotus
Bronx Botanical Garden, NYC

Lotus Healing 4

I remember very well. It was hot and humid that day in the Graden. I was sweating profusely. The Lotus has a very soothing effect on me.
Bronx Botanical Garden, NYC

Healing Lotus 3

Bronx Botanical Garden, NYC

Healing Lotus 2

More Healing Lotus > I figure I have several shots of Lotus flowers.I will post more of these. I hope you like it the way I do. I have not done flower shots for a while but its pretty cool.
Bronx Botanical Garden, NYC

The Healing Lotus

With all the conflict and war, fear and suffering around the world....the Healing Lotus.
I am posting a single image today because I feel a bit ill.
Bronx Botanical Garden, NYC

Tuesday, August 09, 2005


A little Wong Kar Wai's influence here. Hey go see his new ( old on DVD or VCD ) movie, 2046. Its a real treat.
Chinatown, NYC

Monday, August 08, 2005

Naked Graffiti

Long Island City, NYC

Sunday, August 07, 2005

Peace Advocate

23rd St., and Madison Avenue, NYC

Saturday, August 06, 2005

Butoh Dancer

A dancer performing Japan's avant-garde Butoh dance in Brooklyn Botanical Garden. The dancer was wearing a white body makeup and a loincloth. He was part of a group of 12 dancers leaping wildly in frenzy.The Butoh dance is a performing art that originated in post Word War II Japan and was first performed in 1959.

Pierced Couple

I saw them in Long Island City along the East River on July 4th. A huge crowd gathered for the Macy's July 4th Firework Spectacular What took my interest was the amount of colors emited by this couple. But look at those
nose and mouth piercing....

Debbie Young

23rd St. NYC

The Shadowy Tattoe

St. Marks Place, NYC

Turning Japanese

Spring St., NYC


I started this blog today August 6,2005 after reading the August 5, 2005 NY Times Editorial " Measuring the Blogosphere" . It stated that nearly 80,000 new blogs are created everyday and there are some 14.2 million in existence today. Prior to this
though I accidentally came across PARC photoblog a filipino photo blogger sharing his photo diary in a conversational form. I was profoundly engaged.. There are different ways to share photos on the net however I find the avenue of blogging more personal and immediate.

For the meantime I will post some Photographs classified under "People" I took a while back until I get my blogging straight.
I have a very busy schedule however I will make it a point to post current photos on a daily basis.

The above photo is a portrait of my godchild Nina Zing.