Barry Bellovin's PhotoBlog

No, this is not a political statement. A recent  challenge in my photography group asked us to create a series of pictures focusing on a single color. Since I…

I spent a few hours this afternoon in Fort Tryon Park, in upper Manhattan, photographing trees, flowers, birds, people and the Cloisters museum.

The ancient Greeks considered Delphi the center of the world. Today, it's a beautiful site with a small modern town and ancient ruins situated between the…

Meteora means "rocks in the air", an extraordinary place in central Greece, consisting of sandstone pillars topped by Byzantine era monasteries. The how…

When planning my recent trip to Greece, I learned about Monemvasia, little known to outsiders, a "huge mountain of a rock" separated from the mainland since the…

The beauty of fresh fallen snow doesn't last very long in New York City, but it's always fun to look for it, and document it.

I like all sorts of flower pictures, but there's something special about bringing flowers home, and having the freedom (and the burden!) of creating whatever…

Took advantage of the mild weather today and a borrowed telephoto lens to check out the action at the bird feeders in Central Park. I assume that serious…

Photographing animals at the zoo doesn't have quite the same thrill as spotting them in the wild, but it's lots of fun in its own way. And a lot simpler,…

I always love photographing in Central Park. But this time was particularly rewarding since I was with a group from the North American Nature Photography…

"Event photography" usually isn't my forte, but some events need to be documented. It was great to be out there with hundreds of thousands of energized people. …

I visited Wave Hill yesterday. The contrast between the flowers indoors and the snow outdoors made for an interesting variety of pictures.

I've been doing a lot of street photography lately, so I figured the subway would be a good place to explore. Lots of people doing their own thing, (mostly)…
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