Photographer Mel Rosenthal lived in the South Bronx, New York at time of downward transformation. This was happening during the 1970s due to loss of manufacturing jobs and municipal services, plummeting property values, rampant arson and the exodus of residents. His striking images are about the people who had to live through those tough times… Continue reading The Past Doesn’t Always Dictate The Future
The Oculus building that houses the Westfield World Trade Center is finally open for business. It tops of a ‘rebirth’ of lower Manhattan after the fall of the towers so many years ago. The Freedom Tower looms large behind it.
Love this tropical flower – Alpinia purpurata – Red Ginger
Harlem Havana Classic and Upper Manhattan Auto Show in Harlem, New York.
There is something about watching fish swimming in a pond that’s mesmerizing. Simple, graceful and an everyday activity. Kowloon, Hong Kong.
Start the day thinking of new possibilities regardless of the obstacles.
Taking time today to celebrate the life of Christine Tucker who lived a full life just shy of her 101st birthday. She had an open heart and was always willing to help anyone in need, even if it was at her expense. She had 9 children, helped to raise her stepdaughter and was a widow… Continue reading Know That You Were Loved By Many