in the big apple…
Pictures From BarCampNYC7 and the streets of NY last week.
Also, a couple videos from BarCamp NYC 7:
And node.js overview:
yMusic ensemble is a sextet of classically trained, highly talented & genre defying musicians.
They debuted their latest brain child: beautiful mechanical at rockwood musical hall on Allen street in the big apple.
// rob moose on violin and guitar
performer, arranger and conductor.
// cj camerieri on trumpet and horn
// clarice jensen on cello
// alex sopp on flute
// hideaki aomori on clarinet
freelance performer and educator
// nadia sirota on viola
one of New York’s brightest, busiest violists
Update on February 3rd 2012: NYTimes featured 4 pictures from this post in their newspaper and on the web.
A walk in the snow around Prospect Park with NYC Photo Outings last Monday.
This was another Brooklyn expedition with NYC Photo Outings group last Saturday. We started at Smith and 9 street Subway Station(F & G) and roamed the streets of Red Hook. I managed to capture some video after the outing where the cloud formations were dramatic and quite fascinating.
This was a walk in Central Park with NYC Brainiacs. It was the first time in a few months that we get a moderate temperature without wind,rain or snow!
Lawrence showed an interest in the species found in the park and we passed quite a number of musicians playing solo or in groups on our way…
Here is to a glowing Spring..
Even though I have been living in the North East for almost four years now, I still have thousands of places to visit and see that are reachable by transportation means. This was a walk last Sunday that I started in Harlem’s 125th street subway station and then passed through New York’s Riverside state park all the way to George Washington Bridge.
The most fascinating thing I saw there was the lighthouse known as “The Little Red Lighthouse “!
After a few hours walking in the park, I took the train down to Alphabet City for my Cello Teacher’s performance in the Stone on Avenue C and E 2nd street. This will follow in the next post!