Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Monday, October 06, 2008

A stroll downtown in late September, when the bull could still pretend it had brass balls, what's left of little Italy was celebrating, and NYU students were bakin' for Barack. (Nikon)

Random Shots Around New York City, October 2008

Random photographs taken in New York City over the course of the summer that give me, at least, a sense of my time there: a poster of Ruth Orkin's "American Girl in Italy" in a little food shop on 1st Avenue; oatmeal and fresh berries for breakfast on the roof of the Yale Club; looking up from Vanderbilt Ave.; eroded iron covers on 2nd Ave.; Madame de Pompadour reading the New York Times in Corrado on 72nd; medical supplies with flags and falling stockings on 72nd and 2nd; the Little Mermaid on 5th Ave.; a redtail hawk chowing down outside a 17th floor window overlooking 57th Street; sunset on 57th; firemen pay tribute to themselves, never forgetting 9/11; and the FBI remembers its own with a plaque in the field office at 26 Federal Plaza. - Chris
(Taken with Nikon, Philips and iPhone)

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Two Meditations on the End of Summer
Pawleys Island, SC, September 11-12, 2008

C.S., Sanyo and Nikon, edited on Final Cut Express

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Blue Poncho on an Empty Beach, Pawleys Island, SC, Sept. 11, 2008
From American Byways 2008
C.S., Sanyo Xacti
Pilings on Pawleys Island, SC, Sept. 11, 2008
From American Byways 2008
C.S., Sanyo Xacti

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Political Birthday Cards, Walgreens, Pawleys Island, SC. Sept.2008
From American Byways 2008

C.S., iPhone
Ready for Halloween at Walgreens before Dawn
Pawleys Island, SC. September 2008
From American Byways 2008

C.S., iPhone

Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Sunrise and Sunset on Pawleys Island, SC
In the video, a single handheld shot that moves with my breathing, listen to the sea and the birds that fly by at the end.

C.S., Sanyo Xacti
Every so often, especially at the beach, I like to watch the sun drop below the horizon. It happens so much faster than you'd think. This clip is less than two minutes. The sun is gone in half that time, but I kept recording to catch the gulls flying by.

Sunday, August 17, 2008