In November, I am going back to Mineola, NY, where I grew up in the 1960s and ’70s*. It is a two-square-mile village (nothing fancy, mind you) built on the flat, grassy plains of Long […]
I pass a man often (including last week, pictured) while traveling at the speed of bike whom I nicknamed Skinny Santa years ago. He served as the model for a repeating character in my overlapping […]
I have been doing a longitudinal photo essay about the effect the new Atlanta Streetcar is having on citizens, businesses, tourists, and the city as a whole. I shoot about half of the time while […]
So I took this photo not long before this two-way protected bike lane was removed. That’s its own story. But then this week the man (who lived in my suburb-city) who owned the neighborhood grocery […]
A woman riding a Citibike bikeshare bike in New York City was run over by a truck driver this week. She was seriously injured but miraculously not killed, unlike the two previous people riding bikeshare […]
Thinking of my beloved Delray Beach, Florida (where I took this picture recently). Hoping Hurricane Irma hasn’t been ruthless, and trusting the sun will rise again.
I have family and history and love in Florida, and I hold it in my heart these next few days as Hurricane Irma hits land. Prayers.