Fire Island Lighthouse
The lighthouse as seen from the adjacent Light keepers building
View from inside the FI Light Station Museum
Dredging Operation on the Fire Island Inlet
Brewing Green Peas, Bachelor Style!
A Project for a Flickr group's theme: Vegetable!
As a single guy usually in a hurry, I found my Coffee Percolator is useful for many things including a great cup of coffee!
Winter Storm Jonas, LIRR Rescue Train
Ruling The Rotini
As a bachelor, I excel in recipes that involve boiling water. It's not a stretch to say it's always Pasta night at my house.
Chinese New Year's Eve Sunset, Chinatown NYC
34th Street 6th Avenue NYC
Penn Station, Madison Square Garden, Macy's Herald Square all in this 2 block area.
If You See Something, Say Something.
Trespassing beyond the platform, Penn Station underground.
Twilight In Chinatown, NYC
A great joy walking around the communities of Little Italy and Chinatown in Manhattan. I was enjoying the food, cultures & sense of community.
Confetti Canons at work!
Chinatown, NYC on the eve of New Year's Celebration!
NYC- Anthing You Need 24/7!
Day In The Life, NYC
Mott Street, Chinatown NYC
Windows..The technology before Pagers, Cell Phones and Text messages.
Back in the day before pagers, cell phones and messages. When it was time for Anthony to come home for dinner, The window was all you needed.
Doyers Street, essentially an old cart path, is named for Hendrick Doyer, who owned a distillery here in the 1800’s. It’s very narrow and for a time, its sharp curve earned Doyle Street the nickname of “Bloody Angle”. It was the site of numerous gang street battles and murders. An alleged network of tunnels connecting several buildings also made for easy getaways.
Little Red LIghthouse
The Little Red Lighthouse stopped being used as a functional lighthouse long ago, but over the years this 40-foot-high structure has become a beacon of another kind. Located underneath the George Washington Bridge along this treacherous section of the Hudson River once known as Jeffrey’s Hook, this is one of the few surviving lighthouses in New York City and serves as a quaint reminder of the area’s history.
Subway Serenades for Small Change
Some tunes on the Number 2 train out of Penn Station, NYC
Looking Up! Little Red Lighthouse
Built in 1921, the Little Red Lighthouse, officially Jeffrey's Hook Light, is a small lighthouse located in Fort Washington Park on the Hudson River in New York City, under the George Washington Bridge.
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