Grand Central Terminal is a hub of activity with people either walking very fast or running. You can quite quickly say the who the tourists are because they are the ones who stand still for more than a minute while they gawk in awe.
The famous 22 story building, resembling a clothes iron, on 5th Avenue, New York, is an impressive structure. The clock is a 19 foot cast iron clock from 1909. Right opposite the building, across 5th Avenue, was the famous sandwich place called Eisenberg’s. I had their fantastic Reuben, which was out of this world!
I have been wanting to get some balloons, go to a nice open field and do this shot for the last few weeks but given the weather here (it was snowing last night!), it has been almost impossible to go out and take pictures without being frozen! I tried a few other ideas for the …
A throwback to last year – from Disneyland, during the 25th Anniversary Parade
It’s never easy trying to get a 6 year old to pose for a concept photograph. Especially one that has ants in her pants. I was trying to get this picture to show how curious she is of stuff. Her little mind absorbs stuff like a sponge and constantly amazes me with the amount of …
She loves her books but usually prefers being read to rather than reading herself – though that seems to be changing as she grows older. Here’s a question – is that sun too good to be true?
She is adamant that she is going to be an Animal Rescue Vet when she grows up!
It was the little one’s graduation from nursery a couple of weeks ago. So, had to take some pictures. So that I can embarrass her when she is older. Cliche but I really can’t believe how fast she is growing up.
Shot in a Masai Village in Amboseli, Kenya.
Part of the photo shoot for Ethnic Dance Studio