Backstudio's Musings Posts

I must have driven up Route 17 North countless times. I never saw this building, and frankly, it's not that hard to miss. It sits in an open parking lot, cones…

An old psychiatric hospital dating back to the late 1920s was built on over 600 acres of property becoming one of New York State's largest institutions. It had…

Recently, while browsing photos here, I saw a blog from Jeff Cornish. I recalled seeing Mr. Cornish's photos on another social media site years ago. I suppose…

Riding along a country road, well paved and traveled with light industrial buildings and a local airport nearby, one sees a mailbox and small opening through a…

I had never been to Somerville. I had never thought to go there. I had no reason to consider a trip to such a place. "I need to get out of the house, let's…

It's been a while since my last post. Inspiration has been flowing at low tide and today I forced myself to get out of the house and take photos in desperation.…

Yesterday I took a quick jaunt to a location I regularly frequent for photography. Piermont, New York, is a small village along the Hudson River in the town of…

The year of 2020 is coming to a close. The COVID experience and associated quarantine has been challenging for most of us, perhaps all of us. I was fortunate…

"To me, photography is the simultaneous recognition, in a fraction of a second, of the significance of an event as well as of a precise organization of forms…

Urban architecture has always fascinated me. From when I was eight years old, I dreamed of designing a high rise. I still do and the ideas for one continuously…

Chuck Klosterman, writer/author, published an essay about nostalgia in 2011 and re-published it in a collection of essays with a prologue written in 2017. In…
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