Carl Schurz Park is a 14.9-acre public park in the Yorkville neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City, named for German-born Secretary of the Interior Carl Schurz in 1910, at the edge of what was then the solidly German-American community of Yorkville. Wikipedia Oh man, did I shoot the hell out of that park. Many digital cameras, […]
Central Park over Turtle Pond Everyone dressed in olden uniforms. It was loud. This is film, but I’d have to look thru thousands of negs to find the shots. Was it a revolutionary anniversary? And yes. American Historical commemorative but which one. Anyway it looks cosmic. Yes, an American flag – lower border.
a man across the street from me, also on the 4th floor, cracking one of his windows and having a smoke,three times a day, leaning out the window. He may be one of the only people I see in real life that is not in the home. A few days ago, I began waving at […]
Loose change? I wonder about that phrase. It’s odd the things that strike you while looking at a picture. Of course there’s the dichotomy. And I fear they’ll be more and more ironic juxtapositions. But “loose change?” Is there any other kind? I suppose that Once Upon a Time it meant do you have any […]