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Photo Gallery May 2022

There are a lot of images buried in this webserver. I never thought of myself as a photographer, and I make no claim, but here we are. Starting with my Cannon AE-1 on film, until today, with my Cannon T3I rebel and my new G9X, I've managed to rack up thousands of images, and many of them are worth seeing, just for artistic purposes. I think I will start posting a few of them here, just to exhibit them and to give regular viewers something to enjoy from month to month.

Hand Selected Gallery of Images Number 7 - November 2021

  1. Photo Gallery October 2020
  2. Photo Gallery November 2020
  3. Photo Gallery December 2020
  4. Photo Gallery January 2021
  5. Photo Gallery April 2021
  6. Photo Gallery November 2021
  7. Photo Gallery May 2022
  8. Photo Gallery August 2022
  9. Photo Gallery November 2022
  10. Photo Gallery Febuary 2023
  11. Photo Gallery June 2023
  12. Photo Gallery November 2023
This 31 megabyte image of the old city of Jerusalem might be the best one ever taken, from a perch in a not so secret, secret location of the old city, right accross the Temple Mount.
The Rijksmuseum - The Milkmaid, is photographed in close up by my macro lens to show the details of the twirl of the pouring milk, which is freeze framed based on the extraordinary visual observation of Vermeer.
Moon Rise at about 6:00AM in November on Emmons Avenue in Sheepshead Bay at the Oceanside Piers at the Nautical Recreational Area.
Two Churches on Church Avenue in Brooklyn - looking east from Flatbush Avenue
This is what we are supposed to accept and normal within the NYC Subway system, which is a place many of us spend, non-optionally, several hours a day.
Downtown Brooklyn from a boat on the 4th of July in 2019
The Gardens of the Ahambra in Spain
Shani, Schmuel-Leib and Aviva at the Brooklyn Museum
One of the great works at the Metropolitan, this detail of the shield of this great Rembrandt makes me wonder, how does one paint silver?