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Street X Street: W. 12th Street, NYC

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    In the second Street X Street gallery, I chronicled the walk from West 12th at the West Side Highway all the way to the furthest reaches of E. 12th Street.

Street X Street: W. 102nd Street NYC

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    I thought it would be fun to chronicle streets in NYC that I like - and in this gallery I shoot the street I live on, W. 102nd Street.

Westport CT November 24th, 2012

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    A beautiful morning at the beach in Westport, CT admiring sailboats and sand. Thanksgiving weekend 2012.

"You Are Home" The Joan Project

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    The "You Are Home" Project with photos of The Yellow Around the world.

Longwood Gardens, PA February 2012

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    We didn't really have that much of a winter this year, but I sure needed a taste of spring nonetheless and in February I went out to visit a friend in Delaware and we spent an afternoon enjoying Longwood Gardens outside of Kennett Square, PA. It was an afternoon to jump for joy over and over as no matter which way I looked, there was beauty in the world.

Roger and Glen's Wedding 10/31/11

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    My friends Roger and Glen decided to get married during New York's infamous Halloween Parade - a first for the parade! Then they, along with Rev. Shawn Moniger, traveled the Parade route while Ro and I, dressed like sailors, walked beside them, stopping to make out every so often. Surprisingly no pictures showed up on line despite getting photographed dozens of times throughout the route! But whatever, it was one of the best nights of my life bar none. :)

Upstate NY County Fair September 2011

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    A trip to a county fair in upstate New York September 2011 was the perfect way to end a busy summer! Demolition Derby, cotton candy, a ferris wheel and of course livestock. Reminded me a lot of the Marathon County Fair that I'd go to all the time as a kid.