A title can never dictate how the heart feels. Nor does it define a relationship. It can’t rationalize the bullshit swept under the rug. Titles, formalities, ceremonies – seemingly emphasized more than the quality of the relationship. What happens when the ceremony that’s supposed to usher you into a life of partnered stability, protection, andContinue reading “Daily Prompt: Ceremony”
There’s something about the way you observe people, you notice the little things; it intrigues me. Pic taken by me, Prospect Park
I got lost in the dense, opaqueness All the thoughts in my mind, obfuscated.
Feeling lost.Seems to be more than just a feeling. A lifestyle. Pic taken by me on Fulton Street by South Street Seaport, NYC.
Beware of unspoken expectations. Pic shot by me in Financial District, NYC.
Inescapable heat intensified by concrete and steel. Throngs of people crowd the streets, dirt envelops all surfaces, the scent of rancid garbage permeates the air. Despite it all, rain is beautiful on a steamy day; the petrichor feeds my soul, relief has washed over my body. Shot by me at The Brooklyn Barge, Brooklyn NY
Pic Taken by me in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn
Pic taken by me at Whitney Museum, NYC
Pic taken by me at Prospect Park, Brooklyn NY.
A rainbow, so seemingly simple, yet complex A beautiful display of science above us, a natural work of art Sun rays, water droplets, light refraction, reflection Standing proudly, stretching yonder for all to see Radiant, amazing in its own right In ideal conditions, a double rainbow is visible A spectacular sight becomes magnified; The rainbowsContinue reading “Phenomenal Beauty”
we were broken before we even know what it meant. Pic taken by me at Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY
The photos in this post are not taken from today, but I’m reminded of this moment in time due to today’s first snow shower in Brooklyn. It’s been quite warm as of late, and aside from our blast of cool air this weekend – tomorrow will be a high of 54 and rainy; I’m not lookingContinue reading “Slow Down, It’s Snowing…”
via Daily Prompt: Flames Flames… take me back to A New York City sunset on a summer day, emitting stunning shades of orange, yellow, and gray. Often, our cityscape sunsets combine shades of red, pink, purple, and blue – a delightful saccharine swirl of colors similar to a cooling sherbet on a hot day. InContinue reading “Daily Prompt: Flames – A New York City Sunset”
(all photos taken by me) As I’ve gotten older, I’ve developed an appreciation for cemeteries. Walking through a cemetery makes me feel calm and pensive, and somehow a bit safe. It’s a sacred space and almost surreal in the sense that you’re reminded of how fleeting life is. There’s something about being in a cemetery thatContinue reading “Cemetery Serenity: Greenwood and Sleepy Hollow”
September is apple picking season in New York! The image above shows apples for sale in crates at the Queens County Farm when I went pumpkin picking a while back. You can’t pick apples at the farm, but in October, they have plenty of fresh apples from the Hudson Valley for sale. Below, I’ve listed some places youContinue reading “Sunday Snapshot: Fresh Apples”
(image shot by me at Queens County Farm in Queens, NYC) Spring was officially yesterday and it snowed in Brooklyn. I took this photo at the Queens County Farm this past October, but sunflowers are always so enjoyable. They remind me of spring, summer, and fall. IContinue reading “Spring, Summer, A Sunflower, and a Farm”
Views from Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Spring is almost here and it is getting quite enjoyable to be outside. As much as I love to get away from NYC, I absolutely love the sunsets here. There’s something about the sun shining off the buildings, the shadows that are cast, and the cascading of light down the avenues.Continue reading “Spring Forward! A Sunday Snapshot”