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Main Ave. Ocean Grove. c. 2004. By Paul Goldfinger ©

Main Ave. Ocean Grove. c. 2004. By Paul Goldfinger ©  Silver gelatin darkroom print.


SARAH VAUGHAN  From the album After Hours at the London House.


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Paul Goldfinger ©. California, 1996. Silver gelatin darkroom print.


ANTONIO’S SONG with John Pizzarelli and Daniel Jobim. ©

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Ocean Grove, April 13, 2014.  By Paul Goldfinger.  Click image to enlarge.  What’s going on?


ANTONIO BANDERAS  “Beautiful Maria of My Soul” from the movie Mambo Kings.

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NJ Transit. December, 2014 © By Paul Goldfinger

Jersey Coast Line.  December, 2014 © By Paul Goldfinger



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Bridge to somewhere. Ocean Grove.  Paul Goldfinger ©  Blogfinger.net  Click image to make the New Jersey Avenue crossing bigger.


RUFUS WAINWRIGHT  from (live)  Rufus Does Judy at Carnegie Hall:  “If Love Were All.”


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Ocean Grove. Lake Avenue. September 30, 2016 By Paul Goldfinger ©

Ocean Grove. Lake Avenue. September 30, 2016.  By Paul Goldfinger © This image was inspired by Paul Strand’s  1916 photo “The White Fence.”

DINAH WASHINGTON:  “Though spring is here, to me it’s still September…in the rain.”

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Metropolitan Museum of Art. Fifth Avenue. New York street series. By Paul Goldfinger. ©  Re-post from June 2012.

SOUNDTRACK:   Harry Nilsson.

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Luxembourg Gardens, Paris, left bank. Built by Marie de´Medici, widow of King Henry IV of France. Photo and silver gelatin print by Paul Goldfinger © c.1995 Don’t know the month of the photo, but can tell you the century. (20th)  Click image to enlarge.

Re-posted from 2014 on Blogfinger.net  (with a slight modification of the image.)

It’s April in Paris, right now.  And it is a fine time to visit that most romantic of cities, but sometimes April there can dip down to the 40’s—sound familiar?  And, despite Yip Harburg’s lyrics, chestnuts in blossom don’t happen till May, and nobody is setting “holiday tables under the trees.”  In Luxembourg Gardens, blooms are starting to pop in April, and they have a bandstand there. However, choose May.

“I never knew the charm of spring
I never met it face to face
I never new my heart could sing
I never missed a warm embrace

Till April in Paris
Whom can I run to
What have you done to my heart”

This song, “April in Paris” was written by Yip Harburg and Vernon Duke for a 1932 Broadway show called, “Walk a Little Faster.”  Harburg also wrote the lyrics for “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.”  So many have recorded “April in Paris,” but Count Basie made the most famous version.


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SOUNDTRACK. From the film “Midnight in Paris” (Woody Allen 2011). Dana Boulé: “Parlez moi d’Amour” (Speak to me of love)

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