Tag Archive: Street Photography

Union Square Gotham

Here and there, now and then . . . . Union Square, New York City, one night in the when of whenever you want it to be. . . . . .

I was here . . .

After the recent election I posted Word on the Street, a photograph I took in the late summer of 2010. I thought it a particularly stunning work of graffiti art – I loved… Continue reading

Here’s Looking At You!

What to say? Go on, go for it! New York street scene just the other day.

Word on the Street

From the Archive: Downtown in Alphabet City. SI SE PUEDE!

Meet Some People!

Meet D. and JD.  They drove all the way from Missouri, called by ConEd, to help with the Sandy clean up. What do they think of New York?  “It’s such a friendly place!”… Continue reading

Face to Face

Standing room only on the cross-town bus through the grit, grain and noise of the city. Another day, another play. . . . . .

Sliding Doors

  WARNING – BAD SHOT ALERT! So why bother posting it? There is so much talk about the mechanics and ethics of street photography what with rights and respect of privacy, the snatching… Continue reading

Gotham City Night Lights

      I have been busy reading so many interesting bits and bobs on the art of Street Photography and I have to tell you, I am overwhelmed . . . So… Continue reading

Window Shopping

It is years since I have taken any photographs using film. It felt like shooting in the dark and I can’t tell you how many times I looked down at the back of… Continue reading

Shooting Hoops in NYC

Summer Saturday afternoon in the city. Not Madison Square Gardens but just as good if not better! Down on the corner of Sixth Avenue and West 4th St crowds gather to watch local… Continue reading

Men on Madison

It might be hot in the city but these men are cool! I was rushing to an appointment (the dentist, if you must know . . . ) when I was most happily… Continue reading

Fleeting . . .

As fleeting as love may be  . . .         it’s all around us!