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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