Monthly Archives: January 2009

Collective Shoot: Crouse Hospital’s Clock Tower

It’s not often we get a blue sky around Syracuse during the month of January so, when I was walking back from a recent Syracuse University Men’s basketball game, I just had to take some photos of the landmarks you … Continue reading

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View 57: Winter at the Zoo

The thermometer was reading 12 degrees Fahrenheit with the wind chill at -18F last Saturday and, of course, I choose to go to the Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse, New York. The zoo is running their annual winter photography contest … Continue reading

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Assignment 1: Collective Shoot

Back on January 1st, I said I’ll like to try some interactive activities this year. This month has gone by fast and I didn’t want to start off the year by forgetting what I had said. I decided to call … Continue reading

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View 56: Jonny Flynn

You know when SU’s nationally ranked Men’s basketball team is playing well when Jonny Flynn is going down the court after an SU basket with a huge smile on his face celebrating with his teammates. One of the best point … Continue reading

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Broken Egg

“Probably the most private thing in the world is an egg until it is broken.” – M. F. K. Fisher (Writer, 1908-1992) I take many photowalks around my town.  I came upon this scene late on a Spring day when the angle … Continue reading

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