Enable AMP!

WordPress has changed my world by changing the editing software I’ve been using since 2006. On top of that they’ve informed me that I’m about to use up my 3 gigs of free space and suggest I start paying them to continue being able to post Welcome! I’m trying hard to not believe that all this is not tied into COVID-19 or the right to carry an AK-47 into Dunkin’ Donuts or even the election of a Democrat President or the UCONN Women’s basketball schedule. Whatever and beliefs notwithstanding, I’ve figured out how to create and post using the new format and have applied for Federal funding to meet the $4 per month debt I’m about to incur. Let this be my close-to-last insight of 2020: It all works outpretty much.

As for “Enable AMP,” I’ve no idea what AMP is, but I am now in position to engage or disable it as I choose.

And now the pictures!

#2 train socially isolated

Amsterdam Avenue in the rain


Henri’s rooftop on West 86th Street

Chelsea Piers

The Met empty enough to see the artwork


Smoke break on E. 43rd near UN

Central Park pond

Amsterdam & 76th

Ghost in the subway

Living room shelf

The Highline


                                            Mr. Plow & Mr. Sun




From the Highline

And an afterthought: Some one of you who‘re reading this actually know what AMP stands for. Please use the “comments” section to tell me. Obviously it doesn’t enable me to get the desired spacing between the last snap and it’s caption.

Those of you who don’t know what it stands for, here’s your chance to get funny.

Published in: on December 6, 2020 at 3:38 pm  Comments (11)  

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  1. Richard, I’m glad you were able to overcome your difficulties and post these beau pictures. You have a great eye for detail. I really enjoyed looking at them. Thank you!


  2. I wrote a comment but, as before, WordPress is having trouble letting me log in. I don’t have the patience to deal with their robotic requests use another password, reset my password, etc. etc.

    Too bad—because my comment is that you are a unique, superlative artist and you just keep getting better all the time. The Central Park Pond photo works on several levels—one is that is has the otherworldly quality of a Maxfield Parish painting.


  3. Thanks so much for sharing. Just beautiful!


  4. Paul G:
    Nice, thanks


  5. David K:

    Accelerated Mobile Pages. It has to do with making your site mobile friendly 🙂


  6. Peter W:

    Thanks to you and Bobbie for my birthday gift. I liked the skeleton the best.


  7. Terry W:

    Thank you for these photos and all your postings. I warmed to the pictures of NY in Covid times — and seeing how you managed to photograph Central Park as if it were in upstate.


  8. I’m so amazed you figured out all the electronic stuff, great going! And I’m so grateful to behold these photos — thank you!


  9. Thanks, Richard.
    Wonderful pictures of NYC.


  10. Micki M:
    And Happy Holidays to you two too !

    It is a choice for us so we may as well make the HO HO HO one, yeah ?

    So glad you can keep your heart and soul clean and somewhat less cluttered by having your passions so near you…both of them.
    I’m sure you’re thankful that you are happy to arise from your bed daily, excited as to what the powers that be will place on your photo palate. Gratitude in one’s attitude is totally good.

    Hug Bobbie for us, and she’ll return it for us.

    I’m going to my Becky RIGHT NOW to do the same.

    Love and E Hugs,


  11. Helen J;
    Happy Holidays to you and your family.

    Thank you for sharing. I love your blog.


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