1. Thank You!

    Wow! 100 followers!

    Thank you guys so much, I never thought I’d reach 50, let alone 100…though it’s probably closer to 96 since i think about 4 of you are spam…

  2. For some strange reason when I was walking through my kitchen, these bananas spoke to me. Two things came to mind when I saw them…First, of course Andy Warhol’s famous banana. Second, it looks like the lifecycle of a banana; You have the rotting ones, which will be replaced by new ones, which will then rot… and the cycle continues! There’s nothing groundbreaking here, I just really liked the bananas 
    Taken on a Pentax K1000, using Kodak Tri-X 400 film

  3. These were taken in Atlantic Terminal (in Brooklyn). What I think is great about the first picture, is the bright light coming from behind the turnstiles. To me, it looks almost like a turnstile leading to Heaven…or since it’s underground, probably Hell…
    These were taken on a Pentax K1000, using Kodak Tri-X 400

  4. This is my brother playing guitar. What I love is that the guitar isn’t so obvious…like it could have been. Instead you actually have to look at it to figure out what you’re looking at
    It was taken on a Pentax k1000 using Kodak Tri-X 400 film

  5. I was walking around the area by Pratt (the college) this past week. The houses there are beautiful, I’d recommend walking around if you’re in the area. I love the different shades of gray in this photo, each house has it’s own thing going on…
    Taken on a Pentax K1000 on Kodak Tri-X 400 film

  6. I happened to be dressed up as Wednesday Addams for Purim, so I thought it would be a perfect time to play around with self portraits (which for a college portfolio they happen to like). The first one was an accident, but I thought the half a head thing looked very interesting. The second one has my dead stare since I took my glasses off. 
    These are both taken on a Nikon D3200 with a self-timer

  7. To be honest, I don’t have a lot to say about this photo…I just like it. It’s of the CD collection in my house (with my mom in the background). I liked the linear element of the CD’s with the shelves, other that that it’s a pretty straight forward photo. It’s taken on a Pentax k1000 using Kodak Tri-X 400 film  

  8. There’s something about this photo that I think is great…it’s that when you look at it you feel as if you’re looking into someone’s life. 
    This photo was taken on a Pentax k1000 using Kodak Tri-X 400 film

  9. This was taken in a beautiful church called the Church of St. Francis Xavier on Kodak Tri-X 400 film
    What’s funny about the photo is that it was taken while mass was going on one Sunday morning (I guess I crashed). As a Jewish girl, I though it was the most amazing thing to see. The church was amazing and with mass going, the whole scene was beautiful to see. 

  10. The never ending shelves of books at Strand taken on Kodak Tri-X 400 film
    I would defiantly recommend anyone in the area to stop by the store, you’ll be amazed by the amount of books  

  11. A still life of some of my shoes taken on Kodak Tri-X 400 film
    I feel like this my personality in shoes, and it reminds me of those photos taken on a band tour…I’m not sure why…

  12. Jewish text…I like how the name of god is really the main focus of the photograph
    This photo also received an honorable mention in The Jewish Museum’s teen photography contest

  13. What I really like about this photo is that it looks as if the statue is living, breathing woman…except for the fact that she’s made of stone…

  14. You know it’s gonna be a good year when you start it in Coney Island!


  15. Happy New Year!

    I wanted to thank you guys (my lovely followers) for sticking with me this year. It’s been a great year! I apologize for not posting so much lately, school gets in the way… but none the less, I’ll post when I can. Have a happy and health new year, and thank you!