The view through a “window” hole in a construction site on the Coney Island boardwalk, Summer of 2014. I took this one with a Noir filter.
A slide & swing set in the middle of a field up in the Finger Lakes, NY, June 2014. The sign reads: “Persons over the age of 12 not allowed on.” Psssht! :p
Part of my photography series, Juxtaposition, in which I took two provocative & contrasting quotes by Martin Luther King, Jr. and paired them with photographs I snapped which powerfully contrast side by side, with the very last picture in the series deviating, giving the viewer further food for thought..
Tell me some lies. Photo: I popped into a tunnel near The Highline in NYC & discovered some stellar street art in there!
This “bouquet” is a bit of an illusion, as it was a tiny twig with itsy bitsy flowers, and I laid down on the sidewalk to magnify this lil beauty.
Lady Liberty. Photo: Powerful street art in the West Village, NYC.
Photo: The Atlantic Ocean, with waves rolling in to the beach, off of the Coney Island boardwalk. Spring 2014.
The first alternating quote in this PhotoArt Series, “When machines and computers, profit motives and property rights are considered more important than people, the giant triplets of racism, extreme materialism, and militarism are incapable of being conquered.”
See The World Differently. Photo: Snapped a pic of this poster, affixed to a bus stop in Manhattan.
Dandelion Wishes. Photo: An ethereal dandelion flower, swaying in the breeze in my old neighborhood in Brooklyn, NY, on a Spring day, 2014. Laying in the grass for this one :)
Photo: High-fivin’ robotic street art which I found by St. Marks Place, NYC, painted so low on this wall it was touching the street.
Photo: Coney Island beach, September 2014, as the sun sets over the Atlantic. Originally from my album, “The Levanter”, named after the Levanter winds in Paulo Coelho’s “The Alchemist.”
Dino not extinct yet! Photo: Saw this street art moon bubble up on a building while walking between Union Square & the East Village, NYC.
The Key. (to the Universe?) Photo: Took this pic at the Summer Solstice celebration, June 2014, at the Chapel of Sacred Mirrors, with visionary artists in Wappinger Falls, NY.
“I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word.” The other quote which alternates throughout the Juxtaposition PhotoArt Series, and it’s a beauty.
Amazing street art. Photo: Near The Highline, in NYC, I found this tunnel which was a feast for the senses, with gorgeous art flowing all around. I used a Noir filter for this pic.
Uprising of Love. Photo: Snapped this banner at the Gershwin Theater in September, 2014, while attending the Uprising of Love benefit concert.
The dragon.– by a street artist. Photo: Took this one outside a tattoo parlor in the West Village, NYC, April 2014.
Be with nature. We are all interwoven. Photo: Found this enchanting pond up in the Finger Lakes in June 2014. The warm rain was blissful & the flora hues were popping!
Art is NOT a crime. — street artist. Photo: I snapped this under a highway overpass in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn in June 2014.
Photo: I carried this little guy to safety, while camping in the woods of upstate New York, August 2014.
And now the last picture in the series, which deviates from the rest..
“The Future Sucked/Rocked” –anonymous street artist. “Think on it. Act on it. YOU pave the way.” –me (LEG)
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