Category Archives: USA

My Fav Hotel in NYC? Hotel Americano

The studio suite is awesome. Hotel Americano, congrats. Great staff and service. Amazing rooftop bar.bar. Situated in far west Chelsea, the Hotel Americano is a hip boutique spot that draws a young, professional crowd. It is totally without any uptown … Continue reading

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Doesn’t get much better than this in NYC

The HIGH LINE is one of the top visited sites in New York City. You are above the street and away from the traffic. It’s planted like a park. It is said to be very safe. What’s not to enjoy?

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Street Cred: my 60 mm macro

This photo of my beloved Greenwich Avenue in New York was taken with the Nikon 60 mm macro lens, one of the sharpest lenses ever. It blows all my other lenses right out of the water. “If you can’t get … Continue reading

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Block Island, R.I., for Summer Fun

More low-keyed than Martha’s Vineyard, less snooty than Nantucket, Block Island offers relaxing fun in the sun with its excellent beaches, attractive inns and lively town. Scenic views, like the one below, Coast Guard Station, and Block Island’s proximity make … Continue reading

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Am I missing Greenwich Village in little ol’ New York?

Meh! New York is highly overrated IMHO. Its  neurotic, desperately striving residents can get on your nerves. This is Christopher Street Park, in case you didn’t know.

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9/11 Memorial: Powerful tribute

9/11 Memorial: Powerful tribute

I visited the 9/11 Memorial in New York City for the first time last week. For some reason I delayed going there. I guess most New Yorkers try not to dwell too much on the that tragedy and its painful memory. However, the site is truly beautiful and all New Yorkers should go and see it if they haven’t already. I took this toward dusk with my Nikon 90 and a wide angle lens.

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