Monday, April 30, 2012

30 mile bike ride up the hudson river to irvington.

cranesbill, wild geraniums, along the trail.

bluebells and skunk cabbage.

irvington is where washington irving lived and wrote the legend of sleepy hollow and rip van winkle.
we ended up at the red hat - three stories in a converted mill building and a lawn  on the edge of the hudson river. on a warm summer night you can sit outside with a cocktail and watch the sun go down over the palisades...

... then take the train back from irvington station to harlem or grand central.

these below are pictures of urban baltimore a couple months ago-

Friday, April 20, 2012

galeria elisa burkhard, mexico.

three photography shows are going on simultaneously at galeria elisa burkhard in san cristobal de las casas.

one is mike's: here we were happy. fotos de michael bourassa.

concurrently:  diarios de la selva.  gamaliel grootenboer fotografia

and: vida fantasma...  fotografia euginio de rosa

the building dates from the late 1500's and is worth a visit by itself.