Yesterday I decided to ride my bike. And what started as a ride to Rockaway Beach, from Fresh Meadows, quickly turned into a ride that saw me from from Rockaway, to Jacob Riis, to Floyd Bennett, skirting the waterline of Brooklyn, through Coney Island, Fort Hamilton, Sunset Park, Caroll Gardens, and Red Hook, over the Brooklyn Bridge, up the West Side, stopping at Shake Shack, and then home via the Queensborough Bridge.
Here are two photos from around the 25 mile mark.
Every year I say to myself “I will photograph the foliage.” Every year comes and goes without me doing so. However, yesterday, while hiking at the Mohonk Mountain House Preserve, when I got to the top of the the Labyrinth trail, I was able to capture this.
The mountains you see are part of the Shawangunks, a range of mountains right outside of New Paltz, NY, and a popular destination for day hikers and rock climbers. I was in that region several times this summer, and plan to go up there a bunch more times next.
This weekend was the New York City Comic Con, also know as NYCC. It was my first time attending, and, I had a better time than I expected. I got to preview some cool stuff, got lots of free swag, and, as a photographer, had a chance to photograph a bunch of people in interesting outfits.
Now, these weren’t photoshoots, so much as “Hey, can I take a photo,” but I still found a way to create some cool images from the event. Here are some of my favorites.
The New Lara Croft
Loki – Male and Female
The Lutece Siblings
The Man of Steel and my brother Julian
This is the first year I have attended the New York Comic Con. I am glad I did, as it has been a fun time, checking out the various artwork, sculptures, and of course costumes others have put together.
At the link below, you’ll find the photos I have taken over the course of the convention. Anyone who sees themself in a photo, feel free to copy said photo, or email me and I will send you a high resolution version.
Honestly, this guy was one of my favorites for the day, as Vaas, from Far Cry 3.
“Did I ever tell you the definition of insanity?”