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The High Line and Hudson Yards Vessel and Baldpate Mountain Hiking Trail

Tuesday Here it is just the second day of the workweek, and I am already thinking about Friday. When I first started working in information security, I got out of bed excited and ready to work. I used to describe myself as one of the defenders of the realm, building walls and moats and shields, to keep the attackers from defeating the castle and pillage the people. I card. What is it about work in the present that I no…

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Warmth

sunset against blades of grass

I shot this in late summer on a family trip to the High Line in Manhattan. We took a stroll along the new section of the track before walking back toward the lower end as the sun waned. I miss the warmth of the sun. Today was all grey skies and damp air. Tonight we have snow. Ugh!…

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Kamelle and the Kindle

Kamelle

I capture this portrait during the Scott Kelby World Wide Photo Walk. Kamelle tried to convince me to buy a Kindle while I waited in line for a free coffee at the Amazon store on The High Line. He disguised himself as just another person waiting in line before launching into his sales schtick for the Kindle White. I let him do his thing then I did my thing.…

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The High Line

This week, I went into New York City on a field trip along The High Line with professional photographer Frank Veronsky, who hosted the field trip for Princeton Photo Workshop. There were many familiar faces from previous New Jersey photo walks and field trips, including my friend Jack Batty. Frank's wife Jennifer Pierce accompanied the group. The High Line is a park built on the abandoned rail lines that run from Hudson Yards out to 30th Street. There are trees…

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The High Line

The High Line

I spent the evening in Manhattan walking along the High Line taking photos of pedestrians and the New York City skyline. I was supposed to meet up with some other photographers, but I missed my train and ended up taking another train one hour later, arriving very late. I took the New York subway from Penn Station to 14 Street and entered the High Line at Grovnesvoort Street. The High Line is incredible. I don't know how to describe it.…

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