November 27, 2013
Windy weather is predicted for Thanksgiving. The parade will go, on but the balloons may be grounded. In that case, the Thanksgiving Day parade will look like many other NYC parades, except for the Santa in a sleigh.
November 15, 2013
We don’t think of carrots having a season, but they do. Carrots keep well, so saunter over to Union Square and get some before they’re gone.
October 28, 2013
Here we have two classic and common gestures: “back off” and “who me?” What’s less common is that they happened simultaneously as I was walking past with my camera.
October 19, 2013
What you’re looking at is a subway entrance, the L Train at 14th and First Avenue. The guy’s checking his phone because there’s no wifi downstairs, on a train or platforms. Not yet, anyway.
October 3, 2013
The double-decker is coming through, now with photos of Dr. William Masters and Virginia Johnson plastered on the side. I mean, those are the actors playing the mid-century sex researchers in the Showtime series.
September 20, 2013
This graffiti is on a wall in Chinatown. Drivers will have a chance to see it because the traffic is stop and go. The woman on the bike, though, had to watch for bad drivers, pot holes, and other distractions.
September 18, 2013
This is a sound stage. That’s a just a cloth that looks like Sixth Avenue there in the background. It’s so much quieter and sanitary this way.
September 8, 2013
When you can’t locate friends and family, get on the horn, stand in the middle of the sidewalk, and wave your arms madly until they they see you.
September 4, 2013
The cones would have you believe the sidewalk is wet, but that was hours ago. While the woman frugs, the doorman from the hotel across the street yawns. He is paid to look blasé.
August 20, 2013
It’s all in the gesture. The West 40′s are long on gray and grit, with an occasional charm.