The sun rises beyond the ruin of the 15th century monastery at Lindisfarne, the ‘Holy Isle’ off the coast of Northumberland, England. I got to spend two nights and days there in the late spring of 2013, when I followed John Doan and a troupe of Celtic musicians around parts of England and Scotland.
Lindisfarne is regarded as the Cradle of Christianity in northern Britain, for it is here that the Celtic Saints Aidan, Hilde and Cuthbert first arrived from the Scottish Isle of Iona to begin preaching the Gospel.
…not much happening at the beach tonight.
Shot at Sunset Beach in Cape May New Jersey May 7. I’m up here for a week-long photography workshop.
It had taken so long to panhandle the cash for a decent meal, but alas, he could not take it with him. #NoCheeseburgersInHeaven
…The City of Visual Contradictions. Stop and smell… no, wait… move along…
One of the Most Iconic structures in New York, photographed from one of the other Most Iconic structures in New York (the Empire State Building). .
The temperature at that altitude (~1100 ft) was in the 30s, and a fierce wind blew in from the north – the side I needed to be on to get this angle. Damn it was cold!
…Betty tentatively lifted one foot off the ledge…
….Still Out There Somewhere, Awaiting The Spring .
From the Jewish Heritage Museum near Battery Park, Downtown NYC