Now that I am in a "monochrome mood" (sounds like a great title for a song!) this evening, I thought I would add a few more monochrome moments that I am pleased about.
The first time I walked into Lincoln Centre (to see the 50th Anniversary performance of Twyla Tharp's choreography), I was so enthralled by the lobby's architecture, it was hard to tear myself away to see the performance (and I love dance!). There is a definite 60's feel to the metal grillwork inside the hall, the [...]
Stepping of the train, I could hear the whispery strains of a cello. Grand Central Terminus, always full of people and conversation was strangely mute, letting the sounds of Fauré's Pavane op.50 waft through the halls and platforms. I immediately thought of my cellist friend and "soul sister" Channa, who I wished could be there with [...]
New Yorkers are a fascinating lot, who do a lot of things that I don't always understand (like standing on your head in Grand Central Station). Street photos are fun to take and because it is so busy on the streets and everyone is in a rush, I am finding that they are fairly easy [...]
Celebrating the diversity of New Yorkers. 🙂
Two more shots taken from the High Line with the iPhone 6, this time in monochrome...
This is my first time visiting New York - even though my husband is a native New Yorker! One day, I set out on my own to explore a unique "garden in the city" that I had heard about; the High Line. Wow! Walking through field grasses, flower gardens and stands of trees 15 meters [...]