Around the Corner
What with Xmas, New Year, travel and loads of rain during a brief UK visit I have been very slack with the business of
taking any photos (so so wet . . .) and keeping up with blogs. Hoping to catch up now!
However I have been busy going through loads of old shots, trying to clear the shrinking space on the hard drive, keeping
track of the external hard drives and what lives where. You know what I'm talking about, don't you? Please say yes, tell
me I'm not the only one.
Back now in overcast New York, external hard drives in action and making good friends with the mighty >delete< button and
saying a big YES to clearing the trash.
As for these shots, apparently I took them in April 2015 which doesn't seem that long ago and particularly not after the
long drawn out summer. They are the first shots of this wander through the South Bronx thinking it might be one vacant lot
after the other, empty streets, who knows what. It's a different part of town, more in the way of heavy vehicle traffic
than pedestrians. But turn a corner and voila - people and not just any people but those lovely happy sorts who stop
you and say
"Hey, take my picture!"
And I just can't say no.
So thank you I. M. and C. even if C. had to be dragged into the frame.
Happy New Year everyone!