As the Big 4 cover the unfolding story in the New York Metro Area, I ask, Who branded the Hurricane the best. Logo, wise. I'm all about NBC, Clean, to the point, and besides it hovers over troubled seas.
After all said, and even after Jersey City gave late notice on mandatory evacuation for downtown. I am finally ready. I won't be evacuating as Mayor Healy gave absolutely No Press Conferences, No Notices on the official City Website, and most importantly, No Advanced Warning. Also, the evacuation came 1 Hour after all means of public transportation, including the MTA, the Path, and NJ Transit. I'm prepared for this Hurricane, I evacuated my wife. So try and get me to leave, I dare you.
On a copy editing note, the use of 3 exclamation points, will definitely make people evacuate the city. Cool.
By the way, Thanks for making the most of all the those taxes I pay you people!
I picked up on an interesting piece on ABC News. They're running a blog covering national news stories leading up on the 30 days up to the 9/11 attacks.
Just came across this NBC News, I relate to a photographer's way-of-thinking ahead to September 11th.
Upon producing our Wedding Backstory, I archived and reviewed hours and hours of footage through the 80's and 90's. Awaiting discovery was Uncle Ed and Aunt Andrea's wedding footage from 1997. Their vows are truly an amazing expression of love to each other.
Recently reviewed my college black and white photography work, I spent alot of weekends taking in the smaller details in and around Ground Zero, now the 9/11 Memorial and World Trade Center. Working ahead for a posting of this collection for September 2011.
Funny, It's alway when one searches for something, many other things are found. I managed to produce a set of polaroids, original negatives, and snap shots from my mother's side of the family. Simply amazing. More posted on 'Historical Notes'
Closing out a wonderful weekend back in our greater neighborhood. Caught up with friends on this the first quiet weekend since the wedding. We noticed a lot of progress at the World Trade Center site pushing ahead for this September. Good to be home.
One of our many favorite moments was finding the McNamara on the pier as we rode in. Uncle Michael found himself in the perfect place to snap these photos of us in the Lincoln Continental. Thanks, Uncle Michael!