At the Pigeon Pub

At the Pigeon Pub

On this hot day the pigeons are taking their place at the bar for a drink and some social time; The Maine Monument at Columbus Circle, New York City.


Reflected Steps

Reflected Steps

Lincoln Center, New York City.

Innocent Delight

Innocent Delight

Statuette in the Fragrance Garden of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.

An Ancient General and Horse

An Ancient General and Horse

“Horse and Unarmed General” Qin dynasty (221-206 B.C.) on display at the Metropolitan Museum of art’s exhibit “The Age of Empires” The figures were excavated in 1977 at the mausoleum complex of Qin Shihuangdi, Linton, Shaanxi Province and are part of 3000 terracotta soldiers. Tomorrow July 16 is the last day of this exhibit. Don’t miss it if you have a chance to go!

An Ancient Musician

An Ancient Musician

“Female Musician Playing Chimes” – Western Han dynasty (206 B.C.-A.D. 9) This very animated and life-like girl was one of my favorite figures on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibit “The Age of Empires”

An Ancient Beast

An Ancient Beast

“Horse and Groom” from the Eastern Han dynasty (A.D. 25-220) on display at the Metropolitan Museum of art in the exhibit “The Age of Empires”. This large bronze sculpture illustrates one of the magnificent beasts, characterized by an arching neck, firm legs and stocky haunches, that Han diplomate Zhang Qian discovered in Dawan, an ancient kingdom in Modern Uzbekistan. The horse’s pointed ears and flared nostrils exude vigor.

An Ancient Span

An Ancient Span

An amazingly lifelike span of horses from the Qin dynasty (221-206 B.C. ) on display at the Metropolitan Museum of art in the exhibit “The Age of Empires”

A Native Meadow in Manhattan

A Native Meadow in Manhattan

The Dene Slope, a native meadow in full bloom in Central Park.

Pamper Your Pet

Pampered Pets

Recently seen on the upper east side of Manhattan.

Showtime at the Zoo

Showtime at the Zoo

Peacock strutting about at the Central Park Wildlife Conservancy Center yesterday July 5, 2017.

Stripes on Stripes

Stripes on Stripes

Seen on Madison Avenue, New York City.

Happy July 4th to all of you who celebrate Liberty


Liberty Street Art By Tristan Eaton at Mulberry Street In Little Italy ,New York City

It’s a Dog’s Life…….

It's a Dog's Life

Bethesda Terrace in Central Park, 1992.

Sunday Dance in the Park

Sunday Dance in the Park

The Roller Disco organized by the Central Park Dance Skaters Association was hopping today July 1, 2017.

George is Watching

George Is Watching

I wonder what George Washington is thinking about the current state of his country – Federal Hall, Wallstreet, New York

Waiting for a Story

Waiting for a Story

Hans Christian Andersen sculpture near the Sailboat Pond in Central Park.

When You Don’t Have A Balcony

When You Don't Have A Balcony

Young woman catching some rays out her second floor window on 111th street between Malcolm X Blvd and Adam Clayton Powell blvd in Harlem, New York City.

A Quiet Moment

A Quiet Moment

Central Park South at Sixth Avenue, New York City.

A Field of Green

A Field of Green

Cedar Hill in Central Park June 22, 2017.

A Manhattan Oasis

A Manhattan Oasis

The Ramble of Central Park in the heart of a hectic city this morning June 26, 2017.

Dance for Two Skaters and a Shadow

Dance for Two Skaters and a Shadow

Every Saturday and Sunday afternoon people get together and dance on rollerskates to disco music provided by the Central Park Dance Skaters Association. The action happens near the Bandshell in Central Park.

Midtown Lunch Time

Midtown Lunch Time

Office workers enjoying their lunch amid the shadows of midtown skyscrapers at 52nd st. and Sixth Avenue.

Dwarfed by Pillars of Modernity

Dwarfed by Pillars of Modernity

A lady amid the giant pillars of a midtown skyscraper at 52nd St. and Sixth Avenue.

A Conversation Between Two Mannequins

A Conversation Between Two Mannequins

Seen on West 57th street in New York City.

Entangled in the WEB

Entangled in the Web

The World Wide Web is raining down on her on West 57th street, June 20, 2017.

Tambourine Girl

Tambourine Girl

Every weekend a community of Djembe drummers and other percussionists come together near the Bandshell in Central Park to play and dance.

The Drummer

The Drummer

Every weekend a community of Djembe drummers and other percussionists come together near the Bandshell in Central Park to play and dance – this was yesterday, June 19, 2017.

Extreme Hula-Hooping

Extreem Hula-Hooping

Hula-hoop expert keeps 6 hoops in the air outside the Delacorte theater in Central Park

Prometheus and the Ballerina

Prometheus and the Ballerina

Prometheus and Jeff Koons’ “Seated Ballerina” inflatable sculpture at Rockefeller Center.

Dressed to Match the Art

Dressed to Match the Art

Lady dressed in white observes “White Painting” 1951 by Robert Rauschenberg, repainted, likely by Brice Marden in 1968 using Latex house paint applied with a roller and brush on canvas, two panels; Museum of Modern Art.

A Walk Through the Shadows

A Walk Through the Shadows

Striped shadows and a walkway at the Museum of Modern Art, June 13, 2017.

Jesus as a Sun Shield

Jesus as a Sun Shield

Man on Columbus Circle using a “Jesus Loves You” sign to shield himself from the blazing hot sun today June 13, 2017.

Paris in New York

Paris in New York

The Paris Cafe, established in 1873, and one of New York City’s oldest pubs, located in the historic South Street Seaport District in lower Manhattan.



If you don’ have Kentucky Fried Chicken, there is always Kennedy Fried Chicken on 110th Street and Fifth Avenue.

An Undulating Field

An Undulating Field

Rocky grassland and trees under dark clouds near the North Meadow in Central Park today June 7, 2017.

Rainy Day Roses

Rainy Day Roses

Shakespeare Garden in Central Park today June 6, 2017.



Still-life of firewood and heater in the greenhouse at Harmony Farm, Goshen, NY, June 3, 2017.

The Sad Little Monkey

The Sad Little Monkey

A sad little snow monkey in the Central Park Zoo reacting to Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris climate agreement………….

Penn and the Tired Tourist

Penn and a Tired Tourist

Tourist on the steps of the Metropolitan Museum today June 1, 2017.

Inside Saint John

Inside Saint John

View of the iron screen and entrance to one of the Chapels in the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine today May 31, 2017.

The Thinker

The Thinker

Something from my archive on this Memorial Day taken in 2011 at Wagner Cove along the Lake in Central Park.

Dark Clouds over the Castle

Dark Clouds over the Castle

Belvedere Castle in Central Park today May 26, 2017.

Elegant Curves

Elegant Curves

The Wavertree, built in 1885 and one of the largest iron sailing vessels in the world, at the South Street Seaport in lower manhattan.

Hot !

Hot !

Surviving in a record setting May heatwave at the South Street Seaport

Aria for One

Aria for One

Opera singer mesmerizes a man with her aria at Bethesda Terrace in Central Park.

“1612 Dots” a project by Jonathan Horowitz

"1612 Dots" a project by Jonathan Horowitz

With the instruction to paint a perfect, solid black dot, using only paint and brushes, 1612 people passing through the Oculus at the World Trade Center painted the 1612 dots which make up this installation. Of all 7.49 billion people in the world everyone paints with a different hand and everyone speaks with a different voice, yet “everyone is created equal” “It is not our differences that divide us. It is our ability to recongnize, accept, and celebrate those differences” (quote by Audre Lorde)

The Cops and the Mannequins

The Cops and the Mannequins

Two mannequins, hoping to avoid detection, stay completely still while the unsuspecting cops walk by on Liberty Street in downtown Manhattan today May 16, 2017.

A Solitary Job

A Solitary Job

Attendant at the UPS fascility on Washington Street



A little raccoon I encountered this morning May 12, 2017 at Glen Span in Central Park.

Don’t Fall for It

Don't fall for It

The fake monks are back in full force in Central Park. Please wave them off politely and don’t engage. They are not real and not connected to any monastery.
You can read about them in The New York Times