"I miss dinosaurs."
"Evolution, we’ve talked about this."
"But I miss them.”
"It’s not the same."
"I know. I’m sorry."
"Can I at least make these cassowaries 50 feet tall?"
"Come on, you know that size didn’t work out so well before."
"Six feet, then? And over 100 pounds?"
"Yeah, that sounds better."
"And can I put weird prehistoric crests on their heads?"
"I don’t see why not."
"And can they slash people’s throats with their dagger claws?”
"Sure, pal, if that would make you feel better."
"I think it would. Thanks for understanding."
"You got it, evolution. Anytime."
New York City: Night
the city stars
shine like supernovas
in a vast
And in the hours
just before midnight
during muffled increments
when the city’s heart
palpitates in time
to the distant lullaby
of the day’s remains
alleys and streets.
New York City doesn’t have many alleys.This is an alley in lower Manhattan. This was taken on a quiet night with my Sony A99.
I love the moments that occur when night falls and dreams roam the streets.
Information about my New York City photography book (including where to order it): NY Through The Lens: A New York Coffee Table Book