Monthly Archives: December 2014

Indianola, Mississippi

Christmastime, 2014. They decorate the swamp at the edge of town here, in Indianola, with a Santa sled and a gingerbread house.

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Chinatown, NYC – 2013

  The winter of 2013 was cold and dark in more ways than one. I took this photo one night after a brief thaw, which left the sidewalks clear of ice, but still covered with garbage, much like the debris field left behind when a glacier recedes.

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Brooklyn, NY

Far Brooklyn, late one night last winter, the terrible winter of 2013. I only say “far” because it’s the part of Brooklyn that is far from where I live. And I suppose I suffer from that unfortunate xenophobia that some long term Manhattanites possess, namely the feeling that, the farther you are from Manhattan, the…

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Eastern New Mexico

There is a directness and beauty in billboards that I find pleasing. Not to say that there is no dishonesty or disingenuousness there, either, nor messages of hate or intolerance. But there is a directness of message. You have to grab somebody’s attention in a few seconds, after all. And the beauty often comes from…

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Webster Avenue, The Bronx

  A lot of love went into this hand-painted corporate logo. This wall is part of somebody’s dream. The Bronx is full of these hand-painted logos.

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