Living in downtown NYC, and Long Island NYS

Wednesday, September 9, 2009


It is amazing
how quickly
the sun rises
from this point on the horizon!


  1. Nice series of shots...amazing how light changes second by second isn't it? Thanks for sharing.

  2. WOW ... spectacular series of sunrise photos. I feel the same way about how quickly the sun sets here on the West Coast! Thanks for sharing and have a lovely weekend ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

  3. Gorgeous! I find it very easy to breathe. (which is why I have a hard time going to work every day!)

  4. I enjoyed your series of three shots, Margaret. Also the width of the angle of your lens.

  5. A very scenic skyscape! Beautiful series of photos!



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JANUS - looking backwards and forwards is a Janus trait - for me a way to record the "in between thought", whether in retrospect, or as a notion for the future. I make original prints, currently etchings. I sometimes write and take photographs. I am inspired by what I see and read. Although postings are chronologically recorded by date and time in this protocol, the images exhibited, often seen in different stages of production, are from another time. So, with each new posting, earlier postings can undergo revision or amplification as will be noted, or requested. The addition of a SNAPSHOTS Blog and a VIRGINIA WOOLF Blog are included because my different interests tend to influence what I do as an artist. There will be a Family Blog, too, for the same reason.