|Nice minimalist shot. Mitch does that sometimes.|
|The Wall and its denizens|
|Mitch was concerned about this worker leaning over the railing to clean the glass.|
|He took this shot so we could see how high up the guy was. I wonder if Mitch has a fear of heights.|
|This squirrel does not.|
|Mitch has good success in his quest for the perfect shot of birds in flight. More below, too.|
|Two classic themes in one: the photographer photographed, and obesity in America.|
|This is one of Mitch's favorites, a cancer survivor out every day for exercise.|
|"Talk to me after I have had my coffee."|
|Nice. My only question is how Mitch got that shot -- it looks like he is flying right behind the bird.|
|Quite a striking woman, a real beauty in her day I wager.|
|One more for Mitch's Wildlife exhibit|
|I'll have to get the story on this one.|
|Another one for the Minimalist exhibit|
|There's a nice shot of Daniel having fun doing his grizzly bear snarl.|
|I love New York City, but it needs more of this.|
|Great essay in color and light.|
|I love the splashes of red while evrything else in the scene manages to be gray.|
|Prelude to a robbery. |
The guy is checking to make sure the drunk is out cold before going through his pockets.
Mitch was not pleased. (I'll add the audio later.)
|Two great shots of a man with a great look and a great hat. |
I have not had the pleasure yet of making his acquaintance.
That was fifty shots out of an original thirteen hundred or so. I have to get to the beach and see what Mitch has been doing all week.