I’d like to report that I had captured my first altercation on camera, but that’s not the case. The guys in the back are engaging in a fond farewell that involved lots of arm patting. No fisticuffs today.
Posts Tagged ‘street photography’
Still working on focus issues.
“Haven’t lost one yet!” said the fanny-packed mom of her young charges, who were looking straight ahead and trying their best to look like cool teens.
Circulation at the Times is down, but lines are up at the famous Halal Cart at 53rd and Sixth following publication of a story on the Midtown Lunch website. What does this mean? New Yorkers are such foodies that they read the paper one day a week, on Wednesdays, for the food section? Midtown Lunch is a great resource for office workers looking for midday munchies for less than ten bucks. Today it’s very rainy, so the line for chicken and lamb over rice and kofta kebabs definitely won’t be as long.
If you’re lucky enough to ride on a subway that has windows you can see out of at the front or the back of the train, be sure and catch the view. It’s dark and mysterious. Sometimes you’ll see something, but more often than not you’ll just be transfixed by the complicated system of tracks, switches, and signal lights.
These two were discussing in French whether to buy postcards. I caught the part, “But they are a bargain!” At ten for one dollar, even I feel that I should be stocking up.
Street photography is harder than it looks. It’s a good thing that I don’t mind pictures that are blurry and/or tilted. And while I say that, I will also confess that I’m looking forward to developing my skills so that this shot doesn’t epitomize my work.
I had to read the paper to find out that Glee is a new Fox TV show, as the balloon offers no information. Though compared to that Disney franchise involving singing and dancing in a high school setting, Glee is supposed to be funnier and more adult. Who doesn’t like the naughty cheerleader stereotype?
Times Square. They are deciding what discounted show to see that evening.