Over the years I have written four letters to The New York Times.Two of them were published which shows that my view points were taken into consideration.

Thursday, March 28, 2019

The Ghost of my dog!

I don't believe in ghosts, but, sometimes one can dream of seeing a ghost of some thing that we loved. So in this photo I decided to dream of seeing the ghost of my dog Coco near his grave.

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Tee bird of paradise

The bird of Paradise, the flower is native of South Africa. But it seems that it grows in any subtropical weather and can take temperatures of 50 degrees. Its name  is due to the the resemblance of its flower to the bird of paradise.

Monday, March 25, 2019

Japan Releases Fully Functioning Female Robots 19

Sunday, March 24, 2019

From here to eternity

They were two great movie stars...not they are reunited in the eternity!

Thursday, March 21, 2019

The artist cafe

In this picture I made some artists creation becoming the characters sitting at a cafe.

Wednesday, March 20, 2019


With all the hoopla of King Kong the new show on Broadway, I had to create my own version of the big ape.

Monday, March 18, 2019

Waiting for my train!

Sometimes, people who live far, far away, have to wait for a subway car which during the night which runs very slow!

Friday, March 15, 2019


It's very common to see in Manhattan, New York City an old tenement been knocked down to make room for a new highrise.

Wednesday, March 13, 2019


The Colossus of Constantine was a massive sculptured statue of the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great (280–337) that once stood near the Forum Romanum in Rome. Large broken portions of the Colossus are now on display at the Capitoline Museums.


During the summer, when the weather is scorching, workers has to work shirtless. This kind of weather is known as "dog day afternoon".

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

The Dusk of Manhattan!

When the sun start to hide behind the skyscrapers,  only  the silhouette of the city can be seen.

Monday, March 11, 2019

The time machine!

Sometime I embark on the time machine and go back to New York City. My work show the Els ( elevated tracks) on 3rd Avenue in 1900

Sunday, March 10, 2019

The Sunflower cousin!

Hey, the  sunflower has a cousin: the Gaillardia which is native of the Americas. It was named after M.Gaillard de Charentonneau an 18th-century French magistrate, patron of botany.

A Horse thinking!

A horse thinking: "I wish I would work for the Mounted Police in New York City. Pulling a carriage with tourists  back and forth in Central Park, is not my idea of fun"

Friday, March 08, 2019

It is not a torpedo!

This is not a torpedo! This is the Agbar Tower in Barcelona, a recent addition to the landscape of the city known for its daring architec

Thursday, March 07, 2019

If I were a horse!

If I were a horse, I would like to work for the mounted police in New York City and not pulling heavy carriages filled with equally heavy tourists, back and forth in Central Park. As a mounted police horse, I would work  only  a few hours, be beautiful groomed and had the chance to meet other horses.

The surgeons of the streets!

The surgeons of the streets!
First they come, listen to the guts of the pavement, make marks with red or yellow paint, exactly like the surgeons do with a human patient. Then they bring the machines, open the guts of the pavement and perform the operation. They are really the street surgeons!

Wednesday, March 06, 2019

The Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge in New York City connects the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn. It'
s 1,595.5 long and its construction began in 1869 and completed in 1883.

Tuesday, March 05, 2019

The Hula Dancers!

Everyday at 6PM,
on the Kalakaua ave, Honolulu, the hula dancers put up a show. The are a tremendous variety of costumes. Not just the grass skirts.

The Change of the object!

The change of the object is, in painting, when one object looks something else.

Monday, March 04, 2019

Sierra Nevada!

Yes, we can get a nice photo from an airplane. This is Sierra Nevada.

Sunday, March 03, 2019

The Japanese in Honolulu!

We have to take the hats off to the Japanese. They are the backbone of Honolulu. Between visitors and   workers I would say that  they make 80% ou more of the population. I took this picture while I was waiting for the geen light to cross the Kalakaua Avenue. Who could support  Tiffanys, Harry Winston, Cartiers  and  all the famous boutiques of Madison Avenue in New York City,  Faubourg Saint Honore in Paris and Via dei Condotti in Rome, all concentrated in the capital of Hawaii?