Eric Hazard
Homemade fettuccine al limone for @monikarlo1 tonight, as I learned to make in Umbria by @madonnadelpiatto

Homemade fettuccine al limone for @monikarlo1 tonight, as I learned to make in Umbria by @madonnadelpiatto

Grey, rainy morning

Grey, rainy morning

Enjoying one of my favorite views in the Catskills at the summit of Lone mountain

Enjoying one of my favorite views in the Catskills at the summit of Lone mountain

Hungarian birthday celebration with homemade palinka with @monikarlo1

Hungarian birthday celebration with homemade palinka with @monikarlo1

Summer’s not over yet. Squeezing in one more day in seersucker.

Summer’s not over yet. Squeezing in one more day in seersucker.

20 years ago today, Biggie changed the rap game forever.

20 years ago today, Biggie changed the rap game forever.

It may not look like much but today marked the first step in the long march back to race condition. Looking forward to resuming Saturday morning long runs and preparing for the next race

It may not look like much but today marked the first step in the long march back to race condition. Looking forward to resuming Saturday morning long runs and preparing for the next race

NYC 9/11/14

NYC 9/11/14

9/11 didn’t just end on that tragic day, the loss of life and aftermath continued on for years. On August  18, 2007, the former Deutsche Bank building caught fire. This was the last damaged building remaining following the attacks of 9/11. During the fighting of this blaze, firefighters Robert Beddia and Joseph Graffagnino lost their lives when they were trapped in the demolition project and ran out of air. At the time, I lived across the street from that building and ran up to my roof to snap photos of the fire. The next day, I sold those photos to the AP, which were then syndicated around the world as the news coverage from the fire’s aftermath continued. #tbt

9/11 didn’t just end on that tragic day, the loss of life and aftermath continued on for years. On August 18, 2007, the former Deutsche Bank building caught fire. This was the last damaged building remaining following the attacks of 9/11. During the fighting of this blaze, firefighters Robert Beddia and Joseph Graffagnino lost their lives when they were trapped in the demolition project and ran out of air. At the time, I lived across the street from that building and ran up to my roof to snap photos of the fire. The next day, I sold those photos to the AP, which were then syndicated around the world as the news coverage from the fire’s aftermath continued. #tbt

Love coming home to this city

Love coming home to this city