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September 7, 2012
Sleepy Hollow NY - Summer Sunset

Fotos On the Fly – the Sun Sets on Summer….

lthough traditionally we celebrate New Year’s in January, September seems to be a point of demarkation and renewal for most of us. People begin work refreshed from their summer break, students are back in their classes, everyone is looking ahead at new beginnings.
September 5, 2012
Lookout Building - Hudson Harbor - Tarrytown NY

Update on Hudson Harbor – Tarrytown NY

Over the past couple of years, I have been tracking the progress of Hudson Harbor which is located right on the Hudson River against a major portion of the Westchester’s Hudson River Walk. This development is a combination of luxury townhomes as well as condominium flats.
August 27, 2012
Irvington NY Library

The Irvington Library – Musings on the importance of public libraries in our lives and community….

There are those who mock the importance of the public sector. Often when they do, they take direct aim at institutions of knowledge such as our public libraries. Personally, I don’t want to live in a world when a place where much of our collective knowledge is curated, cataloged and disseminated is considered unimportant.
August 19, 2012
Irvington Train

Here’s Looking at you New York City…

the commute to midtown Manhattan from Westchester can be less time consuming than from some points in Manhattan. Just board a comfortable, air conditioned Metro-North train and relax, read, sleep or get some work done.
August 12, 2012
Gates of Remembrance - White Plains NY

The Holocaust Memorial Park – White Plains NY – We must never forget…

The Gates of Remembrance dominate the garden. They were created by the sculptor Rita Rapaport in 1992. They memorialize the lives lost and the suffering of millions during the Nazi era.
August 9, 2012
Harbor Island Park - Mamaroneck NY at Sunset

Harbor Island Park – Sunset meets dusk….

The other night I was walking around Harbor Island Park in Mamaroneck NY and happened to face south with the water and the east to my left and the sunset in the west to my right. It was as if the sunset in the west was meeting up to join the dusk in the east.