Story #323. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Riverdale, The Bronx.


322. PASSAGES. Saskatoon, Canada. I’m no Alfred Stieglitz, but you wonder what he would have said about cheap cell phone cameras.


321. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Midtown East.


320. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Midtown, just west of Grand Central Station.


319. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Williamsburg, Brooklyn.


318. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Upper East Side.


317. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Boerum Hill, Brooklyn.


316. PASSAGES. Valley Stream, Long Island. 


315. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Williamsburg Bridge.


#314. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Midtown East.


313. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Midtown East.


312. PASSAGES. Saskatoon, Canada.


311. PASSAGES. Saskatoon, Canada.


310. PASSAGES. Regina, Canada. Capital city of Saskatchewan, with some of the great street names: Forget Street, Dewdney Avenue, Elphinstone. A city of surprises.


309. PASSAGES. Saskatoon, Canada. The first sign of spring in northern climes is the orange color of sunlight–as opposed to the thin yellow daylight of deep winter.


308. PASSAGES. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. One of the great small cities of the world–many of which feature a lot of bridges and ideas.


307. PASSAGES. Montreal. The only Canadian city that gets more interesting in winter.


306. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Midtown East.


Story #305. LONDON ON FOOT. Royal Borough of Westminster.


304. PASSAGES. Downtown Los Angeles. Like New York, LA rarely looks like it does in magazines and TV commercials.