Food that tasted better than it looked

by Robert A. Ripps on October 18, 2016

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Chong qing spicy beef, brown rice.

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A tree grows…around the world

by Robert A. Ripps on October 14, 2016

Last spring, in Reykjavík, Paris, and of course, NYC…

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A tree grows…in winter

October 12, 2016

From last winter…

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Lowlife

October 10, 2016

Yesterday I took a peek at the Lowline Lab, which is hosued in an abandoned market building at 140 Essex Street. In a nutshell, the idea is to create the first underground park in NYC, in a long abandoned trolley terminal under Delancey Street- a kind of underground version of the High Line- adjacent to […]

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Food that tasted better than it looked

August 22, 2016

Sweet Italian sausage, baked sweet potato.

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Food that tasted better than it looked

August 15, 2016

Spaghetti with vegetables, with IKEA Kalles kaviar.

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Picture imperfect

July 14, 2016

I watched this online on the Times site today, and thought it was interesting- what happens to our work, and the traces of our life, when we die. “A quest to solve the mystery behind an abandoned bag of photo slides found on a New York City street corner leads the reporter Deborah Acosta and her […]

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Red is the old black

April 3, 2016

A nice piece in the New York Times about French photographer Frank Fournier, who has been living and shooting in NYC for 40 years, originally using Kodachrome film. Years later when looking back at his work, he realized how much he had been drawn to the color red. It’s a funny coincidence to me, because some one […]

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For Jan

March 14, 2016

 

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Out with the old…

January 25, 2016

As I am wont to do around the start of a new year, I look back at pictures I shot the previous year, and look to see which ones may have fallen through the proverbial cracks, or not fit neatly into a blog post. With that, I give you 10 random images that I like from 2015.

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