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on the way to the san samuele vaporetto stop

photo by dk / 04-2014 / venezia View high resolution

on the way to the san samuele vaporetto stop

photo by dk / 04-2014 / venezia

The wisteria around the corner.

photo by dk / 04-2014 / venezia

The wisteria around the corner.

photo by dk / 04-2014 / venezia

laundry day

photo by dk / 04-2014 / Venezia View high resolution

laundry day

photo by dk / 04-2014 / Venezia

monday sunset in zattere

photo by dk / 04-2014 / venezia View high resolution

monday sunset in zattere

photo by dk / 04-2014 / venezia

at the entrance to San Giorgio dei Greci

photo by dk / 04-2014 / Venezia View high resolution

at the entrance to San Giorgio dei Greci

photo by dk / 04-2014 / Venezia

somewhere in nyc

photo by dk / 04-2014 View high resolution

somewhere in nyc

photo by dk / 04-2014

"I could define New York as a monstrous steely bar erected by modern cyclops to defy the Gods with the dazzling of a thunderbolt."
—Joseph Stella(photo by dk / 2-2014 / from the 44th fl of the nyt bldg nyc) View high resolution

"I could define New York as a monstrous steely bar erected by modern cyclops to defy the Gods with the dazzling of a thunderbolt."

—Joseph Stella

(photo by dk / 2-2014 / from the 44th fl of the nyt bldg nyc)

For My Grandmother on Valentine's Day

a lovely tribute by ltk

Plenty of arugula in 1st CSA delivery, enough to make an arugula - walnut pesto to dress this spinach linguine with. Super easy and delicious. The recipe is here.
Photo by DK / Spinach Linguine with Arugula-Walnut Pesto by DK & RK View high resolution

Plenty of arugula in 1st CSA delivery, enough to make an arugula - walnut pesto to dress this spinach linguine with. Super easy and delicious. The recipe is here.

Photo by DK / Spinach Linguine with Arugula-Walnut Pesto by DK & RK




"This is not a church service—not by a longshot—but the setting, the architecture and the iconography relate to the music, the text, and Bach’s inspiration for the Mass in a way that no concert hall can. In this Gothic simulacrum, you are sheltered by the same vaults and arches that Bach saw in his church in Leipzig, a style even more ancient than the music of Palestrina, whom Bach revered.” — John Maclay 
Grace Church, NYC / 05-09-13 / Photo by dk


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"This is not a church service—not by a longshot—but the setting, the architecture and the iconography relate to the music, the text, and Bach’s inspiration for the Mass in a way that no concert hall can. In this Gothic simulacrum, you are sheltered by the same vaults and arches that Bach saw in his church in Leipzig, a style even more ancient than the music of Palestrina, whom Bach revered.” — John Maclay 

Grace Church, NYC / 05-09-13 / Photo by dk

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