A Face

Caught my eye, Chelsea, NYC.

Posted on November 21st, 2018

Coney Island 2

Here’s a few more from the day at Coney Island. This is Tee! Happy to be photographed

Coney Island still life!

Mangoes for sale on the boardwalk.

Lunch at Nathan’s is a must when you visit Coney Island!

Posted on November 15th, 2018

The 1 Train

When Alice and I go up to Washington Heights to visit Cooper, we ride the 1 Train.  At 125th Street it comes out of the tunnel and travels above ground. There’s light and atmosphere. You can look around, see the sky and the neighborhood. It’s one of my favorite subway stops. I grabbed this photo quickly out of the open door.

Posted on November 13th, 2018

Coney Island

Even in the offseason Coney Island is worth the long subway ride.

It’s a photographer’s dream.

Tom, a Coney Island local.

Posted on November 3rd, 2018

Bin & Friend

Under the Bethesda Terrace, Central Park, NYC.

Posted on October 30th, 2018

Honeycrisp

Just having a little fun! View of the Eastside of Manhattan from Roosevelt Island.

Posted on October 28th, 2018

Subway Scenes

Photographing on the subway is a challenge. New Yorkers aren’t always happy to have their photos taken.

A huge group of school kids pushed and shoved their way into an already packed train. I asked one kid if I could take some photos. He looked at me with very little interest and kind of nodded his head OK.

The platforms at rush hour are pretty good places to photograph. Everyone is in a hurry and could care less about a tourist with an iPhone.

Posted on October 26th, 2018

Freeman Alley

No trip to NYC would be complete without a sample of the unique street art found there.

Freeman Alley, located in the Bowery, was a real gold mine!

Wild and crazy stuff!

One of my favorites!

A visual feast!

Posted on October 24th, 2018

Street Corner

I spent some time on the corner of 15th Street and 9th Avenue pretending to be a street photographer with my iPhone.

As I’ve mentioned before, street photography is very challenging. Things happen so quickly. Framing is so important but so difficult. Sometimes it was matter of inches or a split second. Most of the photos were not successful. Here’s a couple I liked.

Posted on October 22nd, 2018

Keely’s Watercolor

Plein Air in Washington Square.

Washington Square Park is a great place to put your tired feet up and people watch. Locals, tourists, artists, musicians, kids on bikes doing wheelies all sorts congregate here. Keely was working on a watercolor that caught my eye. Thanks Keely!

Posted on October 19th, 2018

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