About this blog.

As this blog evolves I have decided to add current images on a variety of subjects. Some of these images are shot digitally and for some I continue to use traditional 35mm film. Back in the late '70s and early '80s, I photographed a lot of bands. I did album covers and publicity shots for many mainstream musicians but I loved the alternative music scene. My current subject matter includes urban environments and anything else I find visually interesting.

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Monday, November 14, 2011

Occupy Wall Street November 13

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The Sunday before protesters were ousted.

1 comment:

  1. "Occupy Wall Street" does not have to occupy a place physically no more than the Tea Party needs to dump tea bales in the Boston Harbor or have tea at every one of their political meetings. What it is important is that the concept and the changes they entail survive and continue to grow. It behooves "Occupy Wall Street" to rally forces around the world, peacefully but forcefully, and come forth with a meaningful agenda for rectifying some of the failures of the world's failing political democratic systems.