Times Square alone is very colorful with all of the huge signs, store fronts and changing billboards but the humans milling around in it get pretty colorful too. In one square block you can see anything from the sad condition of someone homeless to suits, purses and shoes that are very high end. And because NYC attracts visitors from around the globe, you are bound to see someone in the traditional dress of their country. I stood next to a Japanese woman one night in a traditional kimono and this night this beautiful pink and green sari caught my eye.
This is a colorful shot also with the man in the shop being surrounded by brightly colored things for sale…but if you notice both of them are in their own worlds doing what they’re doing.
Great catch Teri! I thought at first she was holding a mobile phone!
I think she is snacking on something and no idea what the man in the shop is writing on. Thanks 🙂
A wonderfully colorful image, Teri. Cheers.
Thanks! One of those lucky color moments 🙂
Isn’t that beautiful, Teri? I live very near an area that, although it’s called Little India, has a real cosmopolitan air about it. On warm summer days, you might see some women in saris, others in dashikis, and still others in Arabic attire. They are all beautiful, especially when a breeze brings their clothing to life.
Hmmmm making note…must come visit John for food and foto opps 😉
Nicely captured. Color seems to be popping out all over.
Yes, yes, yes, on New York City. A place I love to go a shoot reflections, people and movement. August this year looks like it might be likely.
Thanks and August in NYC! I missed out on going last year but hope to make it this year…I hope I hope!
Plan, plan, plan.
“Busy people being extremely busy.” This photo shows to me why people need to be aware of the moment. Even if busy.
It is also sooooo very colorful. What a neat shot!
One of those AH HAH turn around moments 🙂 Thanks