Tuesday, February 7, 2012

February 7, 2012

Dug out some photos I took in the early 70's with my first camera, interesting
that I was shooting people back then.
These are old school, I developed the film and the pictures. I remember loosing
all track of time in the darkroom.

February 6, 2012

Killing time in the North End before the Super Bowl~no I don't want to talk about it!

Paul Revere

Patriot Pride

Lunch at Regina's Best pizza in town!

OMG dessert!

Last minute purchase...

February 4 2012

So not doing so good on the resolution!
My week in Prague has me spending more time in Boston and I'm loving
rediscovering old treasures.

Gargoyle on the Trinity Church in Copley Square / John Hancock Building in the background.

Picnic in Copley SQ~did I mention the amazing non-winter we are experiencing?

Mosaic ceiling in the BPL

Love this bike rack!

Saturday, February 4, 2012


Old habits die hard...or I'm still going to shoot stuff that speaks to me.

Central Park in January! Fifty degrees and sunny.

Interior of the Fuller Building on E 57th Street, I was reprimanded after taking this or there would be more...beautiful building!

Celebrating the Year of the Dragon.

Mist at the 9/11 memorial

The Apple Store

NYC~January 23-24

Time to talk about New years Resolutions, I needed time to let this
photographic resolution ferment in my brain because it means I need to step out of my comfort zone...taking pretty pictures of pretty things.

Two things happened:
My husband told me his favorite photos of mine from Prague were the one's with people
in them.
I visited a Photo exhibit of Vivian Maier's work while in NYC. I loved the
stories her photos told.
So this year I am going to photograph people and perhaps tell some stories of my own.

Took this with my phone and missed the shot I first saw...people move!

Chinatown Chess game (iphone has an impressive camera!)

Central Park (iphone)

waiting for the subway

camped out at Penn Station

I can't resist birds, even pigeons.

I've got a thing for boys with guitars as well.