Tag Archive: Street Photography

Under The Hammer

Tonight, here in NYC at Sotheby’s, a whole load of contemporary art is going under the hammer while last night’s sales at Christie’s brought in a new high when Francis Bacon’s Triptych, keenly… Continue reading

I Wore Levi’s . . .

Halloween hit the streets of the Big Apple big time the other night which made a change from this time last year when Hurricane Sandy hit where it. Big time. Somewhere in this… Continue reading

Sorting It Out

  More than a few times I read posts written by expert photographers who, when visiting New York, find themselves in a bit of a conundrum – how to take photos of New… Continue reading

Sweet Mary Kay

New Yorkers love their dogs! They take their pooches everywhere, on leashes and in pouches. To the park, to doggy-daycare and to the beauty parlour where they are shampooed, primped and primed to… Continue reading

Soho Seconds

Waiting on a street corner down in Soho for the lights to change. Sandwiched between two sets of colourful young women with the young man in black waiting with hands full on the… Continue reading

Early in the morning

Early in the morning I can’t do right had a little fight with my baby last night and I ‘aint got nothing but the blues . . . I went to Dooky Chase… Continue reading

Night Shades

We think we see so clearly what it is in front of us yet it all passes by in such a blur. I am the one without focus. The blur is mine. *… Continue reading

Talking Street

Sometimes when I am tired, worn out and feeling like I need a little more torture to make it all worth the misery, I fall into an internet funk where I find myself… Continue reading

Green Lights

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. * * * * *

It Was Meant to be Peaceful

Until it wasn’t . . . What began as a peaceful protest at the news of George Zimmerman’s acquittal in the shooting of Trayvon Martin ended for some in being arrested. For nothing… Continue reading

On The Bus

  Taken on the M15 Bus in Harlem, Graduation Day. Signs congratulate the Class of 2013 and encourage them to . . . Go Out and Change the World! Some things however will… Continue reading

Outside Looking In

It is 4th July, fireworks are rumbling out there in the far distance and I should love to show you some spectacular shots but . . . that’s not going to happen. Instead… Continue reading

After the Rain

The high heat of a New York summer brews a swampy tension in the air, the deluge is out there somewhere just waiting to fall and when the bucket tips, the heavy rain… Continue reading

The Day After!

Crossing Third Avenue, catching the sunshine after the blizzard of the day before. What a difference a day makes, twenty-four little hours . . .

Such a Quiet Day. . .

It was such a quiet, bright day of crisp winter sunshine down in Union Square today – and a Friday at that! I thought I was hibernating – turns out I am not… Continue reading