Halloween Parade photographed by Christopher Michel (@ChrisMichel) in New York City, October 31, 2014.
In the late 1960’s, New York-based photographer Arthur Tress got the idea to ask children about their dreams. The children described nightmares and fantasies so intriguing and otherworldly that Tress set about creating those dreams in real life, constructing the imagined scene and photographing it… Read More ›
While many may have taken up a chorus of Auld Lang Syne as the clock struck midnight on the new year, few likely knew the meaning of the words first put to paper by Robbie Burns back in 1788. The old… Read More ›
Kittens, with summer well under way, Acadia still in the city, and this week’s anniversary of the opening of the historic Coney Island Cyclone in 1927, I thought this would be the perfect time to share a few vintage summer scenes of… Read More ›
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