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.
With an assignment to capture sand, blue skies and sea, I joined the many cyclists heading down to Rockaway this afternoon.
Some mermaids found ingenious ways to deal with heat at Coney Island today. Mermen were in abundance with costumes as fabulous as their lady counterparts. See more pictures in my Flickr slideshow.
Despite the drizzly conditions, a few brave dogs turned out for the first Coney Island pet parade this afternoon, with the lady above taking first place. Her assistant took care of the winner’s paperwork—a season pass to Deno’s Wonderwheel amusement park plus a whole lotta dog food.
In the small hours of Sunday morning I got to shoot Adam X during his Traversable Wormhole set at National Underground.