Thursday, December 31, 2009

Street Beauty Image - American Photographer Mark Fisher


New York City

Can Be A Cold Place.

Things can change

with A Beautiful Face.

American Photographer Mark Fisher

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Cheers KAT !

Monday, December 28, 2009

Sunday, December 27, 2009

New York Plantains - Mark Fisher New York City Photographer


New York Plantains

Mark Fisher New York Image

In The Box...

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Saturday, December 26, 2009

Mark Fisher - New York, NY | American Photographer - Street Scene

Nice art!

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Friday, December 25, 2009

Seasons Greetings - Mark Fisher Photographer NYC


"Season Greetings From The Legendary Crew"

Image captured by

American Photographer Mark Fisher

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Thursday, December 24, 2009

Nice Headshot - Lucky Girl - Photographer Mark Fisher


Ambient Lit Image

Natural Light

On The Street

In The Shade...

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Wednesday, December 23, 2009

The Though Of Regret - Image - Mark Fisher NYC


The Holidays

Bring The Thought

Of Regret...

Cheer Up Kid!!!

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Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Chelsea Hotel Sign At Night - Mark Fisher New York City Image


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Here Waiting - Street Image - New York City Photographer Mark Fisher

Image Of The Street

A Windy Day

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Monday, December 21, 2009

Mark Fisher NYC Photographer - Pizza In Your Face


Pizza In Your Face

Mark Fisher NYC Photographer

Just After Being Finished

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Model of Beauty - Mark Fisher


Mark Fisher Photographer

Beauty Image - Drama Lighting

A Nice Soft Strike Helps!

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Saturday, December 19, 2009

Angles Of Beauty - American Mark Fisher



The Beauty Of A Face

√ Right Angle

√ Right Make-up
(In This Case No Make-up)

√ Right Lighting
(In This Case Natural Ambient)

√ Right Photographer

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Friday, December 18, 2009

1926 ST GAUDENS - $20 GOLD DOUBLE EAGLE - Image By Mark Fisher American Photographer



1926 Saint Gaudens



$20 GOLD DOUBLE EAGLE


The St. Gaudens double eagle is named for the designer, Augustus St. Gaudens, one of the premier sculptors in American history. Theodore Roosevelt imposed upon him in his last few years to redesign the nation's coinage at the beginning of the 20th century. St. Gaudens' work on the high-relief $20 gold piece is considered to be one of the most extraordinary pieces of art on any American coin. The mint eventually insisted on a low-relief version, as the high-relief coin took up to eleven strikes to bring up the details and didn't stack correctly for banking purposes. Only 12,367 of these coins were struck in 1907. These coins easily top the $10,000 price in circulated grades, but can reach nearly a half million dollars in the best states of preservation.

There were several changes in the early years of this design. The first coins issued in 1907 design featured a date in Roman numerals, but this was changed later that year to the more convenient Arabic numerals. The motto "In God We Trust" was omitted from the initial design, as Roosevelt felt that it was inappropriate to put the name of God on money. By act of Congress, the motto was added in mid-1908.

The design of the St. Gaudens coin was slightly changed once more when New Mexico and Arizona became states in 1912, and the number of stars along the rim was accordingly increased from 46 to 48.

Double eagles were routinely minted through 1933, although few of the very last years' coinages were released before the gold recall legislation of that year. Accordingly, these issues bring very high prices.

The St. Gaudens obverse design was reused in the American Eagle gold bullion coins that were instituted in 1986. The early 1907 double eagles and the 1986-1991 gold American Eagles are the only instances of Roman numerals denoting the date on American coinage.

On January 22, 2009 the U.S. Mint released ultra high relief double eagles using the deep design that St. Gaudens envisioned. It is one ounce of .9999 fine gold. Because of their higher gold content, and greater striking pressure, the coins will be 27 mm wide and 4 mm deep (the same diameter as a gold eagle), rather than the 34 by 2 usual for double eagles and bullion coins. The initial selling price was $1239; by June it had climbed to $1339. There will be no limit on the coinage of these one time uncirculated issues, which bear the date "MMIX". [1]


A Double Eagle is a gold coin of the United States with a denomination of $20. (Its gold content of 0.9675 troy oz was worth $20 at the then official price of $20.67/oz). The coins are made from a 90% gold (0.900 fine = 21.6 kt) and 10% copper alloy.

Although the "eagle"-based nomenclature for gold U.S. coinage is often assumed to be a nickname, the "eagle," "half-eagle" and "quarter-eagle" were specifically given these names in the Act of Congress that originally authorized them ("An Act establishing a Mint, and regulating Coins of the United States", section 9, April 2, 1792). Likewise, the Double Eagle was specifically created as such by name ("An Act to authorize the Coinage of Gold Dollars and Double Eagles", title and section 1, March 3, 1849).

The first double eagle was minted in 1849, coinciding with the California Gold Rush. In that year, the mint produced two pieces in proof. The first resides in the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC. The second was presented to then Treasury Secretary William M. Meredith and was later sold as part of his estate - the present location of this coin remains unknown.

In 1850 regular production began and continued until 1933 (when the official price of gold was changed to $35/oz by theGold Reserve Act). Prior to 1850, eagles with a denomination of $10 were the largest denomination of US coin. $10 eagles were produced beginning in 1795, just two years after the first U.S. mint opened. Since the $20 gold piece had twice the value of the eagle, these coins were designated "double eagles". In 1850, the double eagle would have been equivalent to the purchasing power of $510.56 today.


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


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Thursday, December 17, 2009

A Moon Over Manhattan (New York City) - Mark Fisher New York City Image


Moon over the city,

Looks Cool!

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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

American Photographer Mark Fisher Captures Gimagua On Film


Brothers Guillermo and Gabriel Ariza are the Group “Gimagua”

Excellent Track recorded yesterday

at the 34th Street Subway Station.

These Guys Can Really Play!

Filmed With An iPod NANO

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Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Monday, December 14, 2009

Fashion In The Streets - Mark Fisher Photographer


Monday's Fashion Statement



Mark Fisher

Photographer



What a way to go to work!!!!


Yeah Right!!!


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Saturday, December 12, 2009

Webster Hall Studio Images - NICO VEGA - MARK FISHER ROCK PHOTOGRAPHER





NICO VEGA Images

Captured By

Mark Fisher NYC Photographer

Friday 11 December

At The Studio

Webster Hall

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Friday, December 11, 2009

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Mark Fisher NYC Photographer - Classic Editorial Image


Fashion Photographer Mark Fisher

The Beauty captured in the Sun's,

early days light...

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Monday, December 7, 2009

Mark Fisher Music Photographer - TELLTALE Image


TELLTALE


TELLTALE played “Perfect Prescription” @ Pianos
Mark Fisher Captured New Images for the band

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Gail Goldsmith - Sculpture - Portrait - Mark Fisher NYC1




Gail Goldsmith

Sculpture

Portrait By

Mark Fisher NYC1

Just by by chance

ran into Gail on the Bowery

Dressed for

the Weather


With A Big Smile.


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Sunday, December 6, 2009

Miwako Sananman Designs - Fashion Photographer Mark Fisher


Miwako Sananman Designs

Mark Fisher NYC1

Cute Babies with Hats

Fashion Photographer Mark Fisher

These nice hats come from the designer

Miwako Sananman, She makes nice hand crafted

fashion items… Her E-mail is randomactsofmiwako@gmail.com

If would like to see more…

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Saturday, December 5, 2009

Devries New image And Line-up - Mark Fisher Photo


Devries New group image

New Line-up
Travis DeVries - vox, guitar
Sean Gibbons - lead guitar
Martin Glazier - guitar
Johnny Lancia - bass
Kuki Kooks - drums

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Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Mark Fisher Fashion Photographer - Male Model Image


Male Model Image - Mark Fisher Fashion Photographer



The Light has to be placed just right to get the perfect



result. Using a wide angle, can help make an image



Very Nice Image, Very Interesting.



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