Tag Archive: Street Photography

London Light

Originally posted on Monochromia:
Time travelling through London.

Blonde on Blonde

Street Portraits, NYC.

Mott Haven

Originally posted on Monochromia:
? First day of spring with fresh snow falling in Mott Haven, south Bronx.

The Beautiful Bronx

        What better farewell to winter than a fresh fall of spring snow? Nothing for it but to get out and explore. Today’s walk began in the Bronx, wandering down… Continue reading

Got Junk?

    Got junk?  Got snow!

Finding Focus

Originally posted on Monochromia:
The serendipitous acceptance of imperfection in a messy world, otherwise known as what happens when you forget to stop, stay still then shoot while chasing the crowd down the…

Snow Sunday

I forgot all about the weather until I looked out the window and saw the snow falling. Thinking it would blow over, stop any minute, it kept falling, falling and calling my lazy… Continue reading

Down on Delancey

Some random shots from the Lower East Side, down around fabulous Delancey St before it becomes the Williamsburg Bridge. Anyone else thinking Lorie and Dan were made for each other?

Around the Corner

  Colour in the streets of NYC with some of the soft white stuff in free fall.                                … Continue reading

Spinning out the snow . . .

So the big blizzard of 2015 was a bit of a fizzle, at least here in NYC, but in the hours of expectation and anticipation of the coming Snowmageddon there was time to… Continue reading

Highlights!

  Street portrait at Bryant Park ice-skating rink on 42nd St, aka Bank of America Winter Village! Bright lights, bright smile, blow the highlights!

Stepping Out

This photo is why I loathe shopping. It’s one thing to be out and about in the fresh air, maybe catch a photo or two, but throw in some shopping and it always… Continue reading

Chill

  That time of year, even if I did take this shot last winter it doesn’t feel that long ago what with freezing temperatures and snow falls here in NYC this week.

The Naked City

Dumped . . . .

Portraits of Paulette

  Paulette needed a dollar, or two or maybe three, after getting lost and stranded in the wilderness of Beverly Hills where “there ‘aint no-one there to help you get nowhere.” She laughed.… Continue reading