Woman Aflame

Woman Aflame by Salvador Dali (1980). Time Warner Center.

Woman Aflame by Salvador Dali (1980). Time Warner Center.


Olympus 35 SP rangefinder, Fuji Superia 400 converted to BW.

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The Surrealist Piano

Surrealist Piano - Salvador Dali. (first conceived in 1954, first cast in 1984) Time-Warner Center, New York City.

Surrealist Piano – Salvador Dali. (first conceived in 1954, first cast in 1984)
Time-Warner Center, New York City.


Olympus 35SP, Fuji Superia 400 converted to BW.

A Marble Lunch

Lunch time at the World Financial Center, Wintergarden, Battery Park City, New York.

Lunch time at the World Financial Center, Wintergarden, Battery Park City, New York.


Olympus 35SP, Zuiko 42mm f1.7, Fuji Superia 400.

Beam me up to Xmas 09

Madison Avenue, New York City.

Madison Avenue, New York City.


Another mannequin shot, this time with my Olympus rangefinder. This was a tricky shot to time. The lights and lettering were constantly changing and with my film camera I had one shot. Did not want to waste too much film on this. I watched the scene for a while to see the patterns and clicked when I saw what I wanted.
Olympus 35SP, Zuiko 42mm f1.7, Fuji Superia 400 Xtra

Autumn in Central Park on Film #16

Alice in Wonderland at the sailboat pond, Central Park, New York City.

Alice in Wonderland at the sailboat pond, Central Park, New York City.


Continuing my series of Autumn in Central Park on Fuji Superia film. This time with my Olympus 35SP rangefinder camera w. the Zuiko 42mm f1.7 lens.

The Day after Black Friday

A mannequin, stripped bare, stands lonely and discarded  outside a store on Madison Avenue, New York City.

A mannequin, stripped bare, stands lonely and discarded outside a store on Madison Avenue, New York City.


Olympus 35SP rangefinder, Zuiko 42mm f1.7, Fuji Superia 200

Autumn in Central Park on Film #15

A lonely biker on the 72nd street drive in Central Park, New York City.

A lonely biker on the 72nd street drive in Central Park, New York City.


I have not been shooting with my old Olympus rangefinder for a while because of a problem with it, but recently I bought a second one and I’ve just finished a roll of film. Here is one of the results. The camera, with it’s sharp 42mm f1.7 lens is a joy to hold and use.
Olympus 35SP rangefinder, Zuiko 42mm f1.7, Fuji Superia 200.