Postcard from Grenada: Sandals LaSource Grand Opening

I spent the last week in Grenada as a guest of the new Sandals LaSource Grenada Hotel and Spa in order to attend their Grand Opening. Lots more on that to come, but first here are a few pictures from Monday’s opening event. Continue reading “Postcard from Grenada: Sandals LaSource Grand Opening”

Photos From Two Months in New York

Already two months have passed since I moved here. I love my new home. Here are a few images from June and July.

Ft. Washington Park
Ft. Washington Park
Ft. Washington Bridge.
Ft. Washington Bridge.
Little Red Lighthouse
Little Red Lighthouse
4th of July Fireworks
4th of July Fireworks
14th St. Station
14th St. Station
Street Coffee.
Street Coffee.
NYC Pride
NYC Pride
NYC Pride
NYC Pride
Brighton Beach
Brighton Beach
Coney Island.
Coney Island.
Cyclone
Cyclone
The Daily Show.
The Daily Show.
Bushwick Pride.
Bushwick Pride.

Pictures from the Inland Sea

Yayoi Kusama's Pumpkin, Naoshima
Yayoi Kusama’s Pumpkin, Naoshima
Uno to Naoshima Ferry.
Uno to Naoshima Ferry.
Nobuyoshi Araki Installation at Uno Port.
Nobuyoshi Araki Installation at Uno Port.
Naoshima.
Naoshima.
Chinu – the Black Sea Bream of Uno by Yodogawa-Technique. Made from garbage retrieved from a nearby river. Uno Port.
Chinu – the Black Sea Bream of Uno by Yodogawa-Technique. Made from garbage retrieved from a nearby river. Uno Port.
Il Vento by Tobias Rehberger, Teshima
Il Vento by Tobias Rehberger, Teshima
Fishing Nets, Teshima.
Fishing Nets, Teshima.
Sea of Time by Tatsuo Miyajima, Kadoya, Naoshima.
Sea of Time by Tatsuo Miyajima, Kadoya, Naoshima.

The Streets of Tokyo

I could lose myself just wandering through Tokyo’s streets: from the back alleys bursting with tiny bars and restaurants; below the noisy underpasses, and along the wide tree-lined boulevards.

When I lived in Tokyo I wandered for hours but I always had someplace to be at 8 p.m. Work. Now, I just wander, unanchored, and it makes me feel a little lost — but in the mental sense, never in the physical. I can wander through the streets that are imprinted on my muscle memory and never lose my way. I just follow my feet and they guide me through the city I know so deeply that their map seems to exist inside of me.

Shibuya Crossing
Shibuya Crossing
Nishi Azabu: Alley behind my house
Nishi Azabu: Alley behind my house
Gaienmae
Gaienmae
Azabu Juban
Azabu Juban
Roppongi Hills
Roppongi Hills
Aoyama
Aoyama
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Shinjuku Underpass
Shinjuku
Shinjuku
Shinjuku Alley
Shinjuku Alley
Kabukicho
Kabukicho