A look at hurricane Irene as its eye passed and shortly after. When the storm cleared on Sunday there were fantastic clouds, 3-4-5 layers deep, each moving in different directions.
Also, in the Motion Gallery on my main web site.
Update – 08/31/11: A Princeton [...]
A week ago today, coming out of the Lincoln Tunnel and up onto the helix. We had just hit the 14-hour mark but the view back to Manhattan was too stunning not to stop and haul out the equipment yet again.
The noir version:
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For anyone in the northeast lately the weather has been biblical. Torrential downpours, wind, and hail. Thunder morning, noon, and night.
We ventured out on Thursday evening to watch one massive cell passing to the southeast.
Woody, homeless and relegated to the child character D-list, is forced to work the sidewalks of Times Square alongside Stinky-Elmo, Lead-footed Tigger, and the Cookie Twins.
Not allowed in the vicinity of the Disney Store, he now suffers the disgrace of plying his craft outside the home of the “it” characters of the moment – [...]
This past weekend I was on the Bard Campus in Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, and I got a chance to see the Frank Gehry designed Fisher Center for the Performing Arts. Having spent almost a week photographing Gehry’s Lewis Library at Princeton it was invigorating to explore the Fisher Center. Where Lewis Library [...]
Basic science sounds, well, basic. Easy enough to wrap one’s brain around. But craniofacial? It sounds kind of scary in a sci-fi movie way. All I can tell you having visited NYU Dental School’s new Basic Science & Craniofacial Biology Lab is that everything is really really well labeled.
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