Manhattan Dark

I like the silhouettes of the buildings in Manhattan. I like to imagine my father’s life among those skycrappers, the heart of the city beating with different paces under the shroud of different times. Gershwin is always present, it does not matter the year or the season, and one thing is also constant: the predominance… Continue reading Manhattan Dark

Mobile Photography: New York Series 3 (How about you)

I like New York in June, How about you? I like a Gershwin tune, How about you? "   These photos were taken in June and as we were walking the promenade at Battery Park almost at the sunset, you could feel the music in the air and love in the colors of the sky… Continue reading Mobile Photography: New York Series 3 (How about you)

Mobile Photography: New York series 2 (White Central Park)

I hurry my pace to get there before the sunset. Besides the fact that I was late, I missed the stop to transfer to local trains, so I missed my station. Fortunately the place  was still lively - as usual - with kids and adults enjoying a white Central Park. Soft hills dressed in snow,… Continue reading Mobile Photography: New York series 2 (White Central Park)

Mobile Photography: New York series 1

The biggest advantage of mobile photography is to have the ability to capture almost anything we want, almost at any time. Besides the fact that mobile phones have become a tool to denounce, attest to events, spread facts (or lies), it is a fantastic camera to take beautiful images, our vision of a particular scene,… Continue reading Mobile Photography: New York series 1

Washington Monument

We are not living in Orlando anymore. We are on the way to relocating to New York City, but in the process the family has been touring temporarily at Maryland, close to Washington DC. Some nights ago we were visiting the monuments in the National Mall. The obelisk looks bigger in person than in the… Continue reading Washington Monument