*Recent Resident Posting* (September 2018) on the bulletin board of my building’s website:
Title: Puppy’s First Birthday Party Meet-up
Hi guys! My chihuahua is turning one and I’m throwing her a party this Saturday 9/22 at 11am in Washington Square Park! Check out the attached facebook event link. It would be awesome to see some familiar faces there and just let our dogs have fun! Please text me with any questions (number deleted). RSVP on Facebook or text me so I know how many party favors to bring. 🙂
Photos from a walk in Hell’s Kitchen. It was not the same man but it could well have been…
August 12th, 2017
August 1st, 2017
Playing with my mobile camera settings.
Hudson River Greenway, 9:00pm
July 25th, 2017
Following his murderous quest for vengeance against the doctors he believes responsible for the death of his beloved wife, Victoria, the fiendish Dr. Phibes enters the crypt where he has enshrined her, ”incredibly maintained neither alive nor completely dead”. And there he places himself in suspended life, like her, until it will be time to rise again. And there he lays in darkness, next to her body, in a splendid satin sarcophagus, until the moon, aligning with the eternal planets, shines upon the sarcophagus – once every 2.000 years – signalling the opening of the crypt. And then, the fiendish Dr. Phibes rises again from his deep sleep and, together with his trusted aid, Vulnavia, prepares to take Victoria to Egypt where, years ago, in a mountain overlooking the Valley of the Pharaohs, he prepared a wondrous shrine, ”unknown by any living man”. There, under a secret temple, the River of Life flows, promising resurrection for Victoria and eternal life for them both.
Three years have passed, and now it is time for their greatest adventure. But, to his utter horror, Dr. Phibes finds his house has been destroyed and his papyrus scrolls stolen, the very scrolls that would lead him back to the secret temple in Egypt.
Stills from imdb and filmgrab archives
Dr. Phibes Rises Again (1972)
October 27th, 2018
The red brick of Charles Scribner’s Sons building is bathed in a warm blood orange colour.
Formerly a printing plant and corporate HQ of the historic printing house which produced works from such legends as F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, Edith Wharton, Thomas Wolfe, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, and Ring Lardner.
Now renovated and transformed into a modern office space.
Scribner’s on 43rd Street, Hell’s Kitchen.
June 8th, 2017
Bright red and yellow shades applied liberally. Nature’s palette. Looking out the window, oftentimes I wonder what divine hand could draw a picture like that…!
June 8th, 2017
*Recent Resident Posting* on the bulletin board of my building’s website:
Title: Amazing dog whisperer here to play with your dogs 😀 (Price: Free)
SO… I recently moved into the Ivy and noticed that there are a ton of dogs lovers in the building. And I’ve probably made small-talk with about 10 of you, just so you’d let me pet and play with your pup for a few minutes. Seeing that my roommate is allergic (I know, what a shame), I’m trying to get creative with my options to satisfy my dog-petting itch.If you need a dog-sitter or someone to play with your dog, I’m your guy 🙂
I’m a working professional that likes dogs. That’s about it. Thanks!
May 26th, 2017
I woke up at 5 am.
Spectacular dawn over Hell’s Kitchen.
May 21st, 2017