I spent the past weekend in a very chilly Manhattan, where I was attending a workshop at the International Center of Photography.  Traversing the island with a camera is one of the most sublime joys in life, so although the fingertip-numbing temperatures slowed me down a bit, they did not deter me from my experiments to see and capture the world through my lens.  

On this trip I focused on the graceful architecture and forms of the Upper East Side. From Central Park to the sensual, sloping spiral of the Guggenheim, I found plenty to re-engage and re-inspire.  And this time, I took advantage of the clear evening weather for take-off and landing to document the striking beauty of NY and my home, Washington DC, from the air.  Perhaps you will find something among these images to move you, too.

Live, Love, Learn

Ruth Ann  



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