For most people, being brutally murdered is the end of the story, but for Victoria Wells, it's only the beginning. Follow along as Victoria goes from being a prostitute in the East End of London in 1888 to a wealthy philanthropist in current-day New York, and meet Victoria's sister, Allison, a renowned clothing designer in … Continue reading A Tale of Two Sisters
T.V. announcer, strange world beyond, life as seen by the tube. Odd psychotic images dancing on the tainted screen. Neck breaking, vein slashing, comment on life in the city. Jagged road leading down, down, down, until the test pattern again awakens your sleep.
I tried out some different Photoshop techniques on one of my photos from Freedom Parkway. The results are below.
A number of buildings near where I work use reflecting tiles on the outside, so, when the weather is clear enough, they can yield some fairly interesting views. Here are a few of my favorites.
You, too, are smart, o worthy cousins. With curious, intelligent eyes you watch us tear the house down. Do you ever wonder why? Do you lament that, for a tiny quirk in a microscopic strand you could be the masters of the world? Would we watch you with the same concerns?
This is a snippet from a work in progress about David Cairo (pronounced "kay-ro" like the town in Georgia), the protagonist in a trilogy I'm working on, set mostly in Atlanta. Danielle Perkins could not understand the discontent that often gripped her. She had, to the best of her knowledge, the life she always thought … Continue reading NYC, Danielle