The illustrated commute: Chelsea, Meatpacking District by iPhone

Occasionally I challenge myself to snap some photos on my walk to work in lower Manhattan, a commute that I’ve done now for about eight years and has become pretty monotonous. My typical daily journey starts (after a long train and PATH ride) either at the 14th St or Christopher St. PATH stations in Manhattan, and I then walk some …

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Winter lingers on in New York

We’re still getting snow here in the Hudson Valley, and it’s March 28. I haven’t been out hiking much this winter (the flu and a lot of messy roads kept me inside mostly), but I have been playing around outside with some telephoto lenses and the VSCO app for iPhone. Here’s a few of winter’s details, many of which I …

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A few winter snapshots

January has been brutally cold here in New York and I haven’t gotten out as much as I’d hoped. Here’s a couple of quick recent photos though — above is the moon during the final sunset of 2014, taken on New Year’s Eve with a 400mm lens. Below are some scenes I spotted locally:

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Dixon helps Army hold off Fordham

Army fullback Larry Dixon had a career day to lead an Army rushing attack that ran for 384 yards on Nov. 22. Dixon matched his personal best with three touchdowns and became the fourth player in academy history to rush for more than 3,000 yards in his career. He also eclipsed 1,000 yards on the season with his 158-yard effort. …

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Air Force cruises past Army for CIC Trophy

Army’s first academy test in the Jeff Monken era ended in disappointment on Saturday as the Black Knights’ offense struggled to move the ball in a 23-6 loss to Air Force at Michie Stadium in West Point. Air Force’s defense limited Army to 169 yards of total offense as Monken’s squad, with the cloud of the recruiting scandal still looming …

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