Monthly Archive: October, 2011

Happy Halloween

Just quickly saying Happy Halloween.. Have a safe and fun night.. Watch your kids.. Pix

Our Saviour and Angels

Our home felt the wrath of yesterday’s winter storm. Luckily we decided to stay in the city.. Even though the tree didn’t hit the house, the jerk at my heart, knowing that if… Continue reading

October Winter Storm

YES FOLKS!! A NorEaster slaps us in the face. BOOM!! It actualy over shadowed my day at the Photography Expo at Jacob Javits. I really thought I’d use a photo from that but… Continue reading

Empire State Building

Pink – Pink – White     In honor of The Estée Lauder Companies’ Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign and Global Landmark Illumination Initiative The New York City Skyline literally lit up in Pink last night… Continue reading

Diwali

Also known as the festival of lights is celebrated around the world by the Hindu community. It’s usually mid-October to the beginning of November. It marks the beginning of the New Year. Diwali… Continue reading

NYC Subway – a way of life

I couldn’t imaging living in a city that does not support a subway system.. I love being on the trains; the stories I can imagine just makes my journey enjoyable.. I make up… Continue reading

My Jack O’Lantern 2011

This is my carved pumpkin… Other than photography, I also absolutely enjoy carving pumpkins and wrapping presents. There was a time that I wanted to wrap presents “professionally” for people at Christmas time.… Continue reading

My Forgotten 300mm

Sometimes I forget I have a 300mm lens. I forget to take it to my lake house.. It would be great for all the animals I spot.. It’s the AF Nikkor 70-300mm.. It’s… Continue reading

Pumpkin Time

I used to be so much into decorating but life got the better of us. For many years, my mother-in-law was sick, so most of the “family” events couldn’t take place at home… Continue reading

Taste the Rainbow (Fishes)

Sometimes Parenting is quite difficult and you need to figure out a way to find middle ground to get back to normalcy.. Friday was a big “lecture day” to my teenage daughter but… Continue reading