You can just about smell the sweaty intensity on the dancefloor during Fire Island Pines High Tea, as hundreds of men rub their bodies together, occasionally cheek to cheek. I added more heat to the photo by upping the orange to an extreme, as if the boyz were about to burst into flamez. Below, same scene, I swirled the camera around with no flash to stir it up all the more.Another weekend, a different club, similar effect. Love the bright raspberry color.So simple, so sad. A tiny marker in an abandoned cemetery close to my parents home in Lynchburg, Va., The poor woman didn't even merit a name? I added glow around the edges to spook it up. And below, at a cemetery in Bedford, Va., this was just too damn funny to ignore. A Stiff in a graveyard? Major digital effects to the left.
July 4th along New York City's East River as a ferry boat delivers mighty fanfare. Of course, the buildings in the background are iconic, with the Empire State Building rising high.
Cold Springs, N.Y., in a thrift shop. A chest was packed with buttons of all sizes, shapes and colors. How could I miss? Inset: A little digital fun.
This just cracks me up. Girlfriend has enough attitude to last from the Bronx to Brooklyn. I heart New York.Fire Island again... After so much rain this summer, the boardwalk was overgrown to the point that it was tough to navigate. That said, it was lush and beautiful.