In the early hours of Labor Day, well before the sun comes up the J’ouvert party gets underway. The pictures here are a selection from my shots of the ’07 and ’08 parties.
I managed to get this shot just as the tide started quickly swelling the creek. Its part of the ongoing Liminal Project to photograph the edges of the city.
Scorching heat could not keep the crowds away from the boardwalk on this patriotic afternoon.
The Occupy Brooklyn march took place this afternoon with stops along the way at Metro Tech, Atlantic Yards and Fulton Mall. During these breaks the marchers were given information on how the developments came into being. Daniel Goldstein spoke about Atlantic Yards, outside the Ratner shopping center. An Occupy Wall Street surprise for Brooklyn was […]
The OWS newspaper launched a beautiful poster edition today during the Occupy Brooklyn march. You can see just a small selection of the work here. More posters at occuprint.org but it’s really worth getting a copy of the print newspaper as well—it’s a keeper.
From a recent trip to Plumb Beach, Brooklyn.
As Irene moved away, amongst the many fallen trees and occasional damaged street furniture, there was bad news for some people.
On Friday we had an impressive storm move in from the west.
There so much to see this time of year at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. Despite being nestled in between Flatbush and Washington avenues it is wonderfully quiet during the week.