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Tag Archives: New York
The Oculus is located in lower Manhattan and is a shopping mall as well as a transportation hub. It’s also a magnificent piece of architecture; a $4 billion dollar train station and shopping center. This structure is also the Path … Continue reading
Sometimes you go into training to get those early morning deals. But in reality I took this skyline shot every day and every night I was in the area. I was cold and had numb fingers but it was worth … Continue reading
They make it easy to separate you from your money in Times Square no matter where you go or what you may want to purchase but I’ll wait till the banks reopen, thank you! And this is the end of … Continue reading
The words on the building in the background just happen to go well with the message this fellow is attempting to convey. (Please be careful and take care if you happen to be in the path of this snow storm.)
His color coordination game is on point!
As mentioned in a previous post, the fashions that converge in Times Square are incredibly varied and can often be very stylish. I like the expressions of the people in this shot. The couple are happy and animated – something … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
Street photography isn’t everyone’s thing but I find it to be an almost anthropological study of human beings. A photographer can take a photo of someone with their permission and perhaps even talk to them to learn something about their … Continue reading