A Selection from the images in this site, offered as art prints, home decor and apparel
#1. The 200-foot waterfall of Acquacheta, two hours hike from the village of San Benedetto in Alpe in the Appenine mountains, 40 miles east of Florence
#2. Dante mentioned the waterfall of Acquacheta and San Benedetto in Alpe in Canto sixteen, verses 94-105 of Inferno in the Divine Comedy.
#3. The monks started building the Abbey even before the 9th century.
They had already been there for hundreds of years. It fell into disrepair centuries later when funds were being diverted to build the Duomo of Florence to the west of these mountains.
It's built on a rocky ridge, called the Poggio, and the original crypt survives still.
#4. Cape Sounion is the southeasternmost tip of Europe and the temple of Poseidon is famous for great sunsets, as well as its beauty.
#5. The dome of the Pantheon in Rome
#6. The Duomo of Florence viewed from Michelangelo Square.
#7. After living in London for seven years in the 70ies and 80ies, this is what it always looks like to me, even if this photograph was shot on digital from the London Eye in 2008.
#8. My official portrait of the Freedom Tower. Three photos stitched together manually in Photoshop.
#9. I liked this angle with the bare tress in front.
#10. The colors add imagination and innuendo.
#11. The architecture design and glass buildings, and nature, and people, provide a feast for the eyes anywhere one looks.
#12. Lady Liberty walking ahead.
#13. Lady Liberty always looks ahead.
#14. Lady Liberty always looks ahead, at dawn.
#15. Lady Liberty at twilight.
#16, The Empire State building, piercing the city scape.
#17, The Empire State building, gray skies above.
#18. The Empire State building, a fiery sky.
#19. Having a little fun with a timeless symbol; the arches of the Brooklyn Bridge.
#20. On the Queens side, getting on to the Queensboro Bridge, the Silvercup Studios sign faces Manhattan.
#21. The Brooklyn Bridge, the Manhattan and the Williamsburg, seen from South Street Seaport in 2009. Another photo shot by my wife. I just visualized this result.
#22. Driving over the Manhattan Bridge I snapped this in B&W in 1986. I love the jaxta positioning of the Twins and the bridge supports, and the automobile.
#23. I knew this was going to happen to this image when I first saw it. It was actually taken by my wife from the passenger seat.
#24. This one from 2004 always reminded me of a poem called "The Fire Escape" by a friend of mine, written in the 80ies or 90ies...
#25. It's actually "Grand Central Terminal", not "Grand Central Station". Who knew...
#26. The Garment District seen from the observation deck of the Empire State Building.
#27. Florida full moon, handheld, clouds acting as a filter for the brightness, in November 2016.
#28. I think these raindrops on Spruce Creek look better with the blue tinge than in black & white.
#29. A branch, in the Fall, reflected on a perfectly calm pond in the late afternoon.
#30. The lighthouse at Ponce Inlet, south of Daytona Beach, Florida, under a perfect sky.
#31. The lighthouse light is not on until after sunset, but it seemed a shame to leave it off in this photo.
#32. Later, by twilight, still at Ponce Inlet. The light is now truly on.
#33. What's better to do at dusk on a Friday?
#34. No colors like New England colors.
#35. On approach to Milan, from New York, I used up most of the memory card. The after-dawn vistas were incredible. Photos could hardly do them justice.
#36. OK, I didn't take this one. My son did. But I couldn't resist using it.
#37. The reflection is actually green, from the leaves of the trees, but the Photohsop saturation control helped. A few dozen yards later, this water drops down a 200-foot fall, in the Appenines, in Italy.
#38. Can't stop shooting reflections and details in shallow ponds and creeks... This one in Clitumno near Spoleto and Assisi in Umbria, Italy.
#39. One of my first photos on a little Fujica SLR in College, that I developed and printed in my kitchen, after one of my first ventures outside London on my new 125 cc motorbike, August 1978.