Finally I got my author’s copy of “Rocking St. Petersburg – Transcultural Flows and Identity Politics in Post-Soviet Popular Music” published this June. The book is a revised and expanded edition of “‘Okna otkroi!’ – ‘Open the Windows!’” and is distributed through Columbia University Press in the United States (ibidem is still responsible for the…Continue reading Rocking St. Petersburg
Rosendals Trädgård also has an area where visitors can pick their own flowers (which they then have to pay for of course). Taken with my D700 and 16mm 2.8.
While in Copenhagen we visited the newly opened Blå Planet – the recently relocated city aquarium. Taken with my D700 and 20-35mm 2.8.
Autumn is rapidly approaching – however, while in Stockholm, summer was still noticeable. This sunflower growing at Rosendals Trädgård is proof of that. Taken with my D700 and 16mm 2.8.
This face with a delicious-looking tuna as a mouth is decorating a wall just above Houston Street. Taken with my D700 and 20-35mm 2.8.
Walking through Williamsburg this sticker caught my eye (especially with “Nope” in the background). Taken with my D700 and 20-35mm 2.8.
While out jogging one morning the light was very nice – which resulted in this view of the East river and part of Uptown Manhattan. Taken with my iphone.
One of the advantages of taking the boat to Brooklyn (instead of the subway) is the view – like this view of the United Nations building. Taken with my D700 and 85mm 1.4.
The Eldridge Street Synagogue together with the Chinese population living around the synagogue arranged the street fair “Egg Rolls and Egg Creams Festival” – including the possibility of visiting the synagogue. This interior was taken from the synagogue’s balcony with my D700 and 16mm 2.8.
Following up the previous mensch-on-a-bench-posts here’s a bench I came across in New York. Taken with my D700 and Nikon 20-35 2.8.
While walking around Chinatown we passed this control barrier with “Police Line Do Not Cross” – blocking traffic from entering a street fare. Taken with my D700 and Nikon 16mm 2.8.
While visiting the very interesting Italian Futurist exhibition at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum I could not resist this view from the ground floor looking up. Taken with my D700 and Nikon 16mm 2.8.