Today I attended the grand opening of Motorgate Gallery, located inside the atrium of the Motorgate Parking Garage at 628 Main Street on Roosevelt Island. The event was organized by RIVAA and RIOC. A few images of this event below.
My blog reached 25,000 hits today. This happened in a 10 months time-frame, and the hits originated from 62 countries. I’m glad that my photography is viewed by so many all over the world. Looking forward to the next milestone.
Few B&W images from Manhattan and Central Park.
Every year New York is host of the Tribeca film festival, which is accompanied by several activities, among them the street fair on Greenwich street. Here are a few images, 10 years old, from my archive.
A stroll on the south-west esplanade in lower Manhattan, with beautiful views towards New Jersey across Hudson River.
Another milestone for my blog, the list of countries from where my visitors are, just reached 60. Latest country on this list is Myanmar. Its a very nice/pleasant feeling to know that my photography reached so many countries, and hopefully all those visitors all over the world, appreciated my art .
Thank you to all my visitors so far, and to the new ones hopefully coming to see more beautiful pictures inspired by New York and its people.