Tag Archives: street photography
More of the most memorable faces I have seen in New York in this pandemic year. Somehow, people express their essence even while wearing a mask.
Looking back over 2020 so far, these are some of the faces that have stayed in my mind the most after many months of photographing New Yorkers.
An eclectic and highly subjective look back at New York City in 2019, including parks and protests, a synagogue and a church, flowers and lights and an ancient statue.
After a thunderstorm, a rainbow in the magic light over Broadway.
He’s still playing his saxophone on the street, choosing a spot with good acoustics. In 1992 I photographed him with a Leica, developed the negative and printed it. In 2015 I used an iPhone.
The classic raindrop shot. It’s been done before, but I love the way the drops act as little lenses and paint bright color on a dreary day.
It’s not really a parade; the tradition dates to the 19th century when well-dressed women emerged from the churches on Fifth Avenue sporting their Easter bonnets for all to admire. Now it’s one of those only-in-New-York street spectacles that attract … Continue reading