A hot summer Sunday night in the city, Sixth Avenue.
Protestors marching from Times Square to Harlem in the Justice for Trayvon Martin Rally/Protest.
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Love your dispatches from New York Patti 🙂
That means so much, thank you Geoff!
Another nice documentary shot.
Thank you Terry!
Yes, you’re the best getting the City images.
Thank you Tom. It is a very accommodating city, in so many ways!
Love those Radio City lights….
Still lighting the way!
someone sent me this link today and I thought of you and your photography…. http://www.buzzfeed.com/briangalindo/30-photos-of-new-york-city-in-the-summer-of-69
I did enjoy, thank you so much Derrick!!!
I have really enjoyed this post and the previous post Patti. Thanks very much and you have a new follower……looking forward to the forth coming posts. Best regards, James
James, thank you so much for your kind words and I look forward to enjoying more of your stunning views!
Great documentary shot, Patti!
Thank you Richard. This represents the general ambience of the march to Harlem, before the NYPD turned from escort duty to seize and arrest!
I wanted to inform you that I nominated you for the Wonderful Team Member Readership Award.
You will find more information on the award here:
Wow, you are very kind, thank you so much Rabirius!
I can’t imagine how you we able to capture this great shot! The clarity and contrast between the warm and cool colors is really fantastic.
Honestly Elena, it was a snatch and grab moment (the night was full of them . . .) and I would love a faster kit than what I have for night shooting. Thank you!
for you, to soothe you: my double flag composition:
I need a tissue . . . . thank you for this dear Frizz!
There was an interesting commentary about Zimmerman from Chris Rock – IMHO one of the funniest yet insightful persons on the planet:
Oh the irony and yes to Chris Rock! Wouldn’t you also love to hear what Dave Chappelle has to say?
Strong focal point! Love this photo!
Thank you Annie!
You captured the moment again!
Thank you LFR, it was indeed an evening of moments . . .
Dunno whether you meant the symbolism that jumped out at me —
of Green Lights all the way for the marchers —
And a hope.
We can go with the green lights as symbols of hope!
I don’t need to wait for a green like. Very often it is only me on the road. 😉
In all that wonderful Norwegian space! 🙂
I read (and copied) the following:
«From the trial testimony of Trayvon Martins female friend, we see that he made two decisions that cost him his life.
The female friend said Trayvon knew he was being followed and at one point in the phone conversation, Trayvon told the friend that he was going to run on over to her house, which would have taken about a minute.
But over 4 minutes later he is on top of Zimmerman beating Zimmerman’s head on the side walk when he is shot. The first decision Trayvon made was to wait on or to return to meet Zimmerman. Zimmerman did not over take Trayvon.The second and fatal decision was to attack Zimmerman.
Trayvon’s female friend said that while on the phone with Trayvon, he made a statement to the effect that someone was going to die. From that statement of Trayvon’s and the fact he waited on and attacked Zimmerman, it is easy to see that Trayvon had bad intentions for Zimmerman.»
If this testimony is true, it seems like Trayvvon pretty much has himself to blame for the whole situation. I guess that’s also why Zimmerman was found not guilty.
Cardinal forgive me but that whole trial was an abomination. The fact that it took six weeks after the death of Trayvon Martin for Zimmerman, who had no need to be there in the first place armed with a gun ready to go, to be arrested, let alone any talk of trial or no trial in the light of Florida’s Stand Your Ground law, and a jury of six women – five white, one Latino, does not shine a bright light on the Florida justice system.
so many are there. and loved the street lights 🙂
Thank you Joshi!
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