Posts that relate to my own exploration of the world.

New York City, Snowy Monday

This is what I woke up to today. I took a quick photo out the window before heading to work. Sure am looking forward to spring.  

Up and At ‘Em (Manhattan, January Sunrise)

You'll see a lot of variations on this photo here, because this is the view from my living room. This may end up being one of the better ones.  

Manhattan January Sunset

Beautiful sunset from a few nights ago. I am unfortunately not talented enough with the camera to really do it justice, but this is pretty passable. This is the view from our apartment window,...

Snowpocalypse 2015: Taking the Cat for a Walk

We took our cat for a walk outside in the snow. You know, like people do.

Car: Impounded

On Saturday, my car was impounded. Well, actually that's not quite true. The car was impounded on Monday, the 5th, but I only noticed it on Saturday the 10th because that was the first time...

Long Island City on a Snowy Morning

  Google does this thing it calls "Auto Awesome" when you sync your phone photos with Google Plus. Once in a while, you get a little surprise message that some cyborg somewhere has gussied up...

Empire State Building, Dusk

A photo from 2013--Hannukah, actually, which is why the color scheme. I walk past this building every day, and every day it's impressive.  

Sunset over Philadelphia City Hall

I paid a visit to my old stomping grounds over the holidays--even took in the old Wanamaker holiday light show at Macy's for the first time. You'd think in six years living in Philadelphia...

How to be a Good Hotel on a Marathon Weekend

It's marathon season, which means time for runners to book hotels. Actually, it's late September, which means marathon accommodations will be hard to find in many cities. If you're running and haven't booked your stay yet,...

…A Little Rain Must Fall

This is what it looks like in my apartment building when it rains. It isn't safe to use the stairs, you see, because the skylight above the stairwell is broken and massive quantities of rainwater...

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