I was curious to see how the mountains, where the Winter Games was organized twice. I looked, what kind of place this is, at the beginning of the summer.
The correspondent, the photojournalist, is also a man. He also goes on vacation sometimes, but he never leaves his camera at home. I visited Lake George, New York. Lake George is in New York State, in the Adirondack region of mountains and old-growth forest. Read More
Rarely seen snowfall began on the Virginia Massachusetts line on the last weekend of January. Read More
Following the January 6 attack on the Capitolium and the January 20 Presidential Inauguration, Washington is empty. Car traffic is rare, there are very few pedestrians, there is no tourist traffic. Museums, public buildings are closed. Many shop windows still have boards with them to defend against possible mass attacks. The photo report was taken in the “deserted” city in the last days of January 2021.
Arlington National Cemetery is a United States military cemetery in Arlington County, Virginia, across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. Read More
Flat Rock Brook Nature Center in Englewood, NJ. (“Forested hiking trails lead to streams, meadows & a pond, with wildlife sightings & a playground.” Google map) Read More
The “Stay at home” message is taken seriously in the USA. The roads are empty in New York because of the coronavirus. Read More
New York, a city many says is “never sleep,” is now empty due to the coronavirus epidemic. I was in midtown Manhattan. And I’ve seen something I’ve never seen before.
There are no tourists in the city, I have seen very few pedestrians and a few cars only. Even – and here’s the big word – find a parking lot! This is simply unimaginable. This is a must-see, and, of course, for a journalist has a duty to show. Read More
The 13th Siyum HaShas on January 1, 2020 took place in MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. Read More
The PHOTOPLUS exhibition was founded in 1983, and it is the largest photography event in North America. I visited the exhibition and I would like to inform my readers about it in pictures. Read More