2019 was the year when I fully embraced the rather unconventional genre of photography called Intentional Camera Movement (ICM). While I continue to love and take other photography genres, my favorite photos this year are the ICMs I took, especially the ones from Istanbul. I hope you can appreciate them. Happy New Year to all!
The next ones were taken in Brazil, Santa Monica and the blue abstract I must confess I have no memory of where I took it… 🙂
We were in New York recently and, among other things, we spent an afternoon visiting Columbia University, where my husband’s nephew and his wife are studying. And, (surprise!) I found some pretty special doors around campus…
It should be expected that the most beautiful building in New York City, an Art Deco masterpiece, would also have beautiful doors. Since we were in NYC last week, I made sure I’d check that, and I wasn’t disappointed. A short visit to the lobby of the Chrysler Building confirmed that it has indeed some very interesting doors. Sometimes it’s more about what’s around the doors than the doors themselves. This post includes shots of all the doors from around the lobby and main entrances, as well as some shots of the ceilings, walls, and other areas of the lobby.