(Sculpture by Jeff Koons)
Tag Archives: monochrome
This photo essay (http://rajmohan-fotograf.com/portfolio/snowstorm/) documents winter storm ‘Niko’ and its aftermath on the day that it hit New York in February 2017. The images in […]
Flowers in Titus Canyon, Death Valley National Park.
This little scene reminded me of a musical score with the ‘dal segno’ notation.
A door with its surface metal panel brusquely sheared off to allow a little light to pass
Yellow cab, NYPD and the Waldorf Astoria – quintessentially New York!
Beauty in a rubbish bin
The first of a few images from a Saturday morning at a street fair
First shoot with the Bronica RF645 with 65mm f4 lens – an absolute pleasure to use!
People sitting in Times Square on a warm summer’s day. Are they tourists? Perhaps they are waiting for someone, or maybe just enjoying a […]
I’ve always loved bicycles – fun to ride, not to mention quiet, cheap, light and efficient.
A bored child plays behind a sofa while waiting for his mother at the hairdresser.
This is the start of a new project, “Structures”, that I hope will mature through experimentation, trial and (lots of) error!
I was drawn to this old tree with its gnarled trunk. What it must have witnessed and endured during its many years!
One last look to make sure the socks are perfect before stepping onto the dance floor!