From the opening on Thursday, December 6, 2012 at 6:30pm until December 10, you will have the opportunity to explore unique facets of New Haven through photography. The students of “Documentary Photojournalism in New Haven” will be showcasing their semester projects in Maya’s Room in Silliman, with themes ranging from the dynamics of adolescent twins […]
Archives for November 2012
Here are some 2011 snow pictures from around New Haven. What will we get this Winter? Sled riding at Edgerton Park Sled riding at Edgerton Park Icicles Wooster Square Lyon Street in Wooster Square, New Haven, CT Frozen Cherry Tree
I Love PechaKucka New Haven (PKN) – If you haven’t heard of it, you are probably not Japanese (it means chit-chat), or you just haven’t had the opportunity to be exposed to it yet here in New Haven. Thanks to an all volunteer group, and Bentara as a gracious host, it has become a treasured community […]
Benjamin is a freelance photographer in the New Haven area, with an interest in urban exploration and infrastructure. His current project is a collection of photographs based around the concept of urban bleakness, called “Projections.” It’s a work in progress, and in the future it will be accompanied by some short poems by Shoshana Lovett-Graff. […]
White Jerseys = “H House” and Blue Jerseys = “Guests”
I went urban spelunking in Bridgeport yesterday. Yeah, I know that it’s not New Haven, but they are what I got. These pictures are inside the old Majestic and Poli (Palace) Theaters which opened in 1922 at the height of optimism and excitement for a new age in theater performance, including cinema .They were designed by Thomas Lamb who was […]
There was plenty of free parking on Thanksgiving Day in downtown New Haven. It looked like a ghost town. This happens predictably a few times a year but still a bit weird to experience. I guess this is what downtown Hartford goes through after 5pm all the time :-). From my camera phone.