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Coney Island in Brooklyn is the epitome of leisure and amusement. The park and area are commonly known as America's Playground.
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Coney Island in Brooklyn is the epitome of leisure and amusement. The park and area are commonly known as America's Playground. This art piece beautifully captures the island's aura at dusk featuring riders upside down on the park's newest hair raising roller coaster. In addition to that, you can see the towering splendor of the historic old parachute ride in the distance. Captured on a bustling summer afternoon in Coney Island close to sunset, this photograph was artistically manipulated to create a pop art effect; however, the color variations from the light at twilight still remain. While the image gives an overall tranquil feeling, you can almost hear the shrieks of the riders as they ride the coaster upside down. Not only will this art brighten up your living room, office or bedroom, but it will also make an excellent housewarming gift. Got any friends who are obsessed with roller coasters, amusement parks or Coney Island in particular? Then you are in luck because this print is...
New York City is bustling, fast moving place and if you don't slow down the moments just pass you by. Thankfully my love for photography has allowed me to do just that through the years. It's a joy to really take in those details that would otherwise go unnoticed. The quest to capture my surroundings started much earlier though, when I was given my first camera at age nine. My initial and reluctant subject was my beloved and photogenic Irish Setter who tried to escape the clicking machine. These days my tools have changed but my passion to create images has not diminished. I share these moments with you and I hope you find a piece that sparks your imagination and complements your space. Recent publications that have featured my photos: The...