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Washington Square

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Morning December 9th, 2005. Blizzard / No one out at all - I bunddled up at my apartment on MacDougal St. and walked one block north to Washington Square Park. The snow was falling in chuncks. Took' just a few exposers' with Hasselblad & 100mm


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World Trade

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Once upon a time...... There was this park plaza down town. 35mm Contax.

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West Capital Hill

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Waited a month for this moon. 3 different Capital Hill Police came'n checked on me. Able to get 4 exposures. #3 police ousted me.
This shot, ought to be called, "Hay, you, obvious American photographer. You got a permit to take those photos.?"

Hasselblad, w/ 100mm lens. 18 sec. @ ƒ22. /30 second exposure

… it was said that Abraham Lincoln liked to look up and see the newly completed Capital building in the night sky. It really is quite moving on a quiet night.

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Northern New York

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Northern New York near the Canadian boarder. 35mm, Canon F1.

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New York rain - South from the Gramercy Park Hotel

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A room I always loved, when I came from Tokyo to NYC at the Gramercy Park Hotel, looking South overlooking Gramercy Park and down Irving Place. 'Heavy Rain 4 PM'.
35mm, Contax.

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KING KONG

info I have found;.
In 1983, for the 50th anniversary of the film, an inflatable King Kong was placed on the Empire State Building. However, a mouse chewed through it over night, partially deflating the ape. He also needed a constant supply of air, and was never fully inflated.

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From 8th Ave... What the ...?

My View;..... In the early 1980's while leaving a shoot, I was crossing between 7th & 8th Ave. on 34th. St.. Facing East. Looking up - there was King Kong atop the Empire State Building. I had my Hassel and 150mm with me. Well you don’t see that everyday.

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