Just came home from a wonderful performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, which took place in Central Park at the Summit Rock, played by an exceptional group of young actors, members of Walden Shakespeare company. The quality of my images is not that great this time (taken with my phone), but they give you an idea about this wonderful performance, unfortunately played only once this evening. Looking forward to their next production.
My photoblog reached 3304 views in one day, the highest since opening, so I guess I need to thank Andy Golub and his models for that.
Images from an interesting event which took place today in Manhattan – annual body-painting day, apparently a new form of street art.
Looking out through the window this morning something caught my eye. It was a brand new inscription on the walls of a building on the Manhattan upper east-side, by the FDR drive. Apparently the city did not like this and they moved rather quickly to fix it, but they only fixed half of it… The story in the pictures below. One word gone, the other still on the wall. Maybe tomorrow they’ll clean it too?
As you can see on the right side of this screen under the “Blog Stats” section, there are now over 50,000 views of this blog, from 100 countries. Looking forward to the next milestone.
This is what happens in Manhattan at 22 West 47th Street when Floyd Mayweather, Jr. decides to use his millions to buy gold and/or jewelry. Honestly I had no idea who this guy was until today.