Archive for September, 2009
I took these photos after a class I’m taking in Harlem (mostly along Frederick Douglass blvd between 125th and 119th Street). Harlem has gone through some major changes in the last few decades. From wikipedia:
New York’s revival in the late 20th century has led to renewal in Harlem as well. By 1995, Harlem was experiencing social and economic gentrification. Though the percentage of residents who are black peaked in 1950, the area remains predominantly black.
I had a chance to walk around and soak in some of the life in the community. It was great. Enjoy the photos!
I took these photos walking in between meetings in Brooklyn. Park Slope is a pretty nice area. It has lots of character and lots of stoops. Enjoy the photos!
Here are a few photos taken in NYC subway lines/stations from the summer. Enjoy!
Regina and I frequent Corner 28 whenever we’re in Flushing. Where else can you get a single serving, bao and all, of peiking duck for $1 (formerly 75 cents not just a year ago). They also have the classic “4 items for $4.95″ plus soup and rice. Pretty good deal for the money. Enjoy the photos!
Here are some pictures from the first week of college at Columbia and Stony Brook University. It was great to see the combination of excitement and anxiety on student’s faces. Enjoy the pictures!
I chose 1 picture from each day of photos I took to highlight certain aspects of the Tribeca Summer Project of the Epic Track. It was hard to pick just one picture for some of the days. I think I took over 8 gigs of high res photos over the course of summer project because halfway through the summer, Andrew lent me his D300, which took an average size of 4-5 megs/picture. I digress, enjoy the photos!