Guggenheim Ceiling © 2104 Teri Vershel
I love winding up The Guggenheim spirals to the top of the museum. Frank out did himself creating this one. The exhibit we saw, entitled Zero, was truly a “zero” (a survey of the German artists’ group Zero). Not my favorite…it was just plain bizarre, but the building itself is always worth the price of admission.
1/60 s at f/2.8, ISO 250, 12.0 mm
© 2014 Teri Vershel
Here was this vacant lot with an interesting wall of squiggly graffiti around a photo of a contemplative woman juxtaposed with the orange cones. I wonder, who is this woman?
Patriotic Bridge © 2014 Teri Vershel
I walked the Brooklyn Bridge for the first time. I liked the symmetry of this beautiful, old (1883) bridge and the cool shadow in this shot.
1/100 s at f/14.0, ISO 200, 27.0 mm
Street Performer © 2014 Teri Vershel
We ran in to this street performer near the Brooklyn Bridge. There were three guys together doing different dance moves when we showed up. There was a fairly large crowd and it ended up being a long show (by street standards) where they conned many in the audience to fork over $20 to watch one of the guys jump over five audience members. This fellow here in the pink beanie in particular was very convincing. I could not believe how many people (mostly tourists) parted with a twenty.
The Jump © 2014 Teri Vershel
1/500 s at f/3.2, ISO 200, 18.0mm
1/800 s at f/5.0, ISO 200, 18.0 mm
View from Top of the Rock
Copyright © 2013 Teri Vershel
Just got back from NYC.
“New York, concrete jungle where dreams are made of
There’s nothin’ you can’t do
Now you’re in New York
These streets will make you feel brand new
Big lights will inspire you
Let’s hear it for New York, New York,
Thank you Jay-Z for a great song (Empire State of Mind).