Franklin in his pig house (at Crest Hardware)

Franklin in his pig house (at Crest Hardware)

Monkey is ready to watch Game of Thrones #pups

Monkey is ready to watch Game of Thrones #pups

Sherman is a Sophie’s regular. #fluffy #scottie #eastvillage (at Sophie’s)

Sherman is a Sophie’s regular. #fluffy #scottie #eastvillage (at Sophie’s)

Shaking the camera w/ anticipation over my cup of brunch: Mac n cheese pancakes, ricotta & chorizo w/ hot sauce (at Shopsin’s General Store)

Shaking the camera w/ anticipation over my cup of brunch: Mac n cheese pancakes, ricotta & chorizo w/ hot sauce (at Shopsin’s General Store)

The Orchid Show at the New York Botanical Garden

I think the orchid show will become for me one of those photography benchmarks; a subject that you shoot over and over through time. In any case, I was thrilled to finally take my new 35mm lens for a proper spin at the tail end of an especially vicious winter.

Blue Whale, American Museum of Natural History

Blue Whale, American Museum of Natural History

Checked this off my long, strange bucket list: a stroll through a deserted Metropolitan Museum of Art at night.

Checked this off my long, strange bucket list: a stroll through a deserted Metropolitan Museum of Art at night.

Petrified wood (at American Museum of Natural History)

Petrified wood (at American Museum of Natural History)

My favorite pizza in the world. It’s been far too long. (at Di Fara Pizza)

My favorite pizza in the world. It’s been far too long. (at Di Fara Pizza)

Mirrors by Tim Bruniges at Signal Gallery
Sound mirrors are monolithic concrete structures that dot the coast of England. Used as a warning system to amplify the sound of enemy aircraft, acoustic mirrors fell out of favor with the development of radar after World War I. The current exhibition at Signal features two sound mirrors equipped with microphones; when the microphones detect noise, the sound is amplified and looped. The sounds fed into the mirrors are played back at random intervals over the course of the exhibition, so if you visit you just might be treated to ghostly echoes of Ministry’s “Just One Fix,” an off-key rendition of “Hey Jude,” kitty howls and some dorky giggling.
Mirrors is on display until March 9

Mirrors by Tim Bruniges at Signal Gallery

Sound mirrors are monolithic concrete structures that dot the coast of England. Used as a warning system to amplify the sound of enemy aircraft, acoustic mirrors fell out of favor with the development of radar after World War I. The current exhibition at Signal features two sound mirrors equipped with microphones; when the microphones detect noise, the sound is amplified and looped. The sounds fed into the mirrors are played back at random intervals over the course of the exhibition, so if you visit you just might be treated to ghostly echoes of Ministry’s “Just One Fix,” an off-key rendition of “Hey Jude,” kitty howls and some dorky giggling.

Mirrors is on display until March 9