The "Kodak Moments"

Capturing the special and significant moments of chance and planned events.

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Derrick and I got over to see the TWA terminal during a rare opening as part of Open House New York.

The TWA Flight Center at JFK airport, a feat of modern architecture and design, was special from the day it opened in 1962. For that reason it has endured and been preserved to this day despite being closed to travelers since 2001.

For me this place is especially meaningful, as it’s where my parents met while both working at TWA. My mother still tells me how she can remember my dad walking down the stairs inside, smoking a cigar—more locomotive than man, and her—a young girl with the whole world at the gate. On their first date, they flew to Paris. 

One coffee, please.

Sunday spread. (at Urban Cowboy B&B)

World at work. (at Suzume)

View from below. (at Suzume)

Staycation begins…NOW. (at Urban Cowboy B&B)

New York, I love you.

Starting off the weekend with some friends. (at The High Line Hotel)

Standing tall. (at 7 World Trade Center)

Good morning from @stumptowncoffee. (at Stumptown Coffee Roasters)

A perfect Sunday. (at Governors Island Hammock Grove)

Get fit for the summer with no exercise, I’m down 10 pounds!


Beacons. (at 7 World Trade Center)

Day 1. Not a bad view. (at 7 World Trade Center)


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