Archive for the ‘NYC photoblogs’ Category.


joe’s nyc has an interesting pic … of the Tower of Bowery through autumn leaves …

Today is last day of NYC Photobloggers “New Work, New York”

The New York City Photobloggers show, “New Work, New York,” closes today … Saturday, November 19, 2005, 11 am – 7 pm, at Chrystie Street Gallery, 167 Chrystie Street, 2nd floor, 917-687-3581 … closing party 7 – 9 pm …
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NYC blogs – new photoblog

We added a new photoblog to the NYC blog listExpress Train, by Travis Ruse … this is how he describes his photoblog:

I live in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
I work in midtown Manhattan.
42nd & Lexington Ave., to be exact, right across from Grand Central Station.
As the crow flies, that’s just 6 miles. But on the tracks, it can be three trains, 11 stops, and 45 minutes each way.
This is what I see every day commuting to and from work.

The beauty of these photographs is the beauty of the everyday …
Thanks to Amy at NewYorkology for the pointer …


If you have a NYC blog and want to be added to our list of NYC blogs, or see your posts in the weekly Big Apple Blog Festival, send an email to: aguyinnewyork [AT] gmail … or you can use the Carnival Submit Form

The Boatyard Ruins – web site – Highly Recommended

The Boatyard (the elephants graveyard) is a photographic essay of the boatyard in Arthur Kill (Staten Island: Arthur Kill Road and Rossville Avenue – click on “Satellite” in the upper right corner of the map and zoom in) … Shaun O’Boyle started photographing these old boats, which include ferries and tugs, in 1987 … he went back in 2005 for another essay ….
… mesmerizing …
The Boatyard is part of Mr. O’Boyle’s larger web site, Modern Ruins – Photographic Essays.
The site is supported by sale of handmade Boatyard books with color photogpaphs and prints.
AGINY Highly Recommended – NYC photoblog

Karlo.Org is a New York City photoblogger … we especially like his black and white photos …

Some of our favorites

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