Tuesday, October 20, 2020
Albany Floating on a Sea of Fog 1 + 2
Shot from the Helderberg Escarpment
John Boyd Thacher State Park
Voorheesville, New York
Tuesday, October 13, 2020
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Morning Light in Hopkins Memorial Forest | 10.11.2020
Petersburg, New York
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Tuesday, September 15, 2020
Wildfire Haze Sunrise | 09.10.2020
Starbuck Island, Green Island, New York
Saturday, September 12, 2020
Thanks to my friends at Behan Communications for featuring my Starbuck Island Sunrise image in this week's What Caught Our Eye. Their weekly dispatch is always an enjoyable recap of the happenings in our region. Behan Communications is a leading strategic public relations and crisis communications firm.
Friday, September 11, 2020
They are keys that were carried on rings next to souvenirs, charms, and car logos in the pockets and purses of people who spent their days in the towers. Sons, daughters, fathers, and mothers who spent their lives there, high above Southern Manhattan. They are keys to doors that no longer exist. Spaces that can only be accessed as memory. It’s probable that many of the owners of these keys didn’t make it down in time. What was once a simple object, used without thought, is now an artifact. These tokens of remembrance were carried with people to family events, first days of school, birthday parties, and even life’s tragedies. They were the symbols of so much achievement and responsibility.
As a course of habit, we each need to know where our keys are. Pockets are patted and purses are checked. At some point the keys in the image were carried everywhere, riding along with their owners, the tenants and, workers of the World Trade Center towers. They were carried until they weren’t.
We were told to Never Forget. Maybe some of us have, even if it’s just a little. The unity we felt in the wake of that day has been squandered, that much has been long forgotten. It’s been 19 long years. For many, it was yesterday. Today is a day to notice the details and relish in the mundane for any of us could lose our keys at any time. Life can change in a single morning, even if the sky is beautiful and the sun is shining, creating a hard and sharp point that splits time into events that happened before and events that happened after.
Monday, September 7, 2020
Spa State Park Sunrise (over the Hall of Springs) | 09.04.2020
Saratoga Spa State Park, Saratoga Springs, New York
Thursday, September 3, 2020
Thanks to my friends at the Palace Theater In Albany. It's great to see these images making such an impact. I hope they raise just a little bit of awareness as to the plight of these historic venues in the time of COVID-19.
Thanks to my friends at the historic Troy Savings Bank Music Hall.
Remember that in the darkest of times of the COVID-19 lockdown, you turned to artists for escape: actors, musicians, designers, photographers, writers, and creators.
Tuesday, September 1, 2020
Tornado-warned Storm | 08.29.2020
Spa State Park, Saratoga Springs, New York