Subway, 3 Train, 14th Street

Another in a series of everyday scenes in New York. June 2019.

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Amsterdam Avenue and 92nd Street, New York.

Another in a series of everyday scenes in New York. May 2019.

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3 Uptown Train, New York

Another in a series of everyday life in New York. February 2019.

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86th Street Crosstown Bus, Central Park

Another in a series of everyday life in New York. March 2019.

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Amsterdam Avenue, New York.

Another in a series of everyday life in New York. March 2019.

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1 Train New York

Another in a series of everyday life in New York. February 2019.

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Here Today, Gone Tomorrow

Remarkably, this six-foot square image is simply drawn in pastels on the stone pavement of the Plaza Civica in San Miguel de Allende, part of an exhibit of 25 similar pieces of artwork. If you look carefully you can see the radial joints in the stonework on the left. Sadly, all this will be worn away by passing feet within a day or two.

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Jacaranda Season

At this time of the year in San Miguel and throughout Mexico, the Jacaranda trees burst into flower, and the sales of antihistamines skyrocket. Their pollen sends many snuffling into their handkerchiefs. Here looking up Insergentes towards the belltower of the Oratorio. On the left a quadrimoto delivers fresh fruit and vegetables to the Zaragosa hole-in-the-wall bodega.

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Nuestra Señora de la Salud

The Iglesia Nuestra Señora de La Salud (Church of Our Lady of Health) dates back to the 18th century when it served as a chapel for the adjacent San Francisco de Sales College. The entrance to this church is crowned by a gigantic carved seashell in the center of which a single eye is enclosed in a triangle, an ancient symbol for God’s omnipresence. This is the only church that has indigenous influences in the form of the cave like facade.

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M7 Bus, Amsterdam Avenue

Another in a series of everyday life in New York. 

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