It’s finally here! You can now find the first part of this project published in the 13th issue of Metaefezeta, a photo magazine by AFZ.
Nueva York. En busca de una perspectiva personal. Parte I
En Nueva York no solo hay rascacielos, también, entre la marea humana que allí mora, vive Luis Gracia Valén. A través de su búsqueda personal nos muestra la Nueva York que el conoce y recorre a diario.
New York. In search of a personal perspective. Part I
There are not only skycrappers in New York, also, along the human tide that dwells there, lives Luis Gracia Valén. Thoughtout his own personal search he shows us the New York he knows and roams daily.
I recommend that you set your Adobe Acrobat to double page by setting:
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- View | Page Display | Show Cover Page During Two-up
Delightful moon. Down in the sky. Endow us light for the darkest nights.
Winter has come to and end and Spring is making its way. The snow is nowhere to find, all melted in New York’s Spring preview. The leaves are nowhere to find, all hidding from the cold winter days. Only the crowd of New Yorkers made their annual appointment with Central Park.
Phones have come a long way, and even the firsts popular smartphones, like my defunct Mogul, we capable of capturing great shots. Will miss this battery sucker…
These images and this other one were all taken with the Mogul at an Artic Monkeys concert in Terminal 5, New York.
Thursday, 10th March 2011
To compensate for a hell of a walk back home in the middle of the rain and high speed winds I decided, all wet, to make good use of the fireplace. Already dried from a couple of minutes near the fire, and with the flames starting to leave the house for good it all came together. I gathered a filet mignon, half zucchini, one onion and a potato and threw it all out to the fire. Just a few minutes and the place was smelling like heaven…. you know what I mean.
Dinner "a lo gaucho"
Monday, 28th February 2011
Homemade churros, hot chocolate and a fireplace, perfect evening for a cold New York’s winter evening.