Posts Tagged ‘nyc pedestrian’

Chilly scene of winter

February 28, 2014

very chill

Most respond to winter by covering up more. Then there are those who favor mini skirts and drinks on ice.

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Orange shopping bag

April 26, 2013

on the line

Economists are happy today because consumers have been spending more. Other indicators are the same. I’m not convinced the economy is picking up; I just like the orange.

Walking down Fifth

October 14, 2012

We’ll take another day just like today, please. No, I guess that won’t happen tomorrow; it’s Monday and there’s a chance of showers, too.

Bikes on 54th

September 21, 2012

A bike-friendly area, by the 54th Street entrance of MoMA. It was cloudy yesterday, but no matter. I always like that block for picture-taking, as I’ve mentioned before.

Life in the shadows

September 12, 2012

Some of us seek the sun and others hide from it. A signpost’s shadow offers a mini respite when the sun is in your eyes.

Floating & flying

May 4, 2012

The man’s feet don’t touch the ground. I like the amused expression on his face, as if floating on air is lasting longer than it really is.

Plaids here

April 22, 2012

If one plaid is good, then two are better. The Mickey Mouse pendant could compete with the bag and shoes, but it’s in a different category, where other ironic jewelry is kept.

Curbing his enthusiasm

March 15, 2012

Back when, in the day, in fact, before dog owners had to pick up after their pets, signs instructed owners to “Curb Your Dog.” Perhaps this man has exiled himself in order to get a cab. Streets are relatively clean now, but drivers can be maniacs.

A beige day

January 18, 2012

… with khaki overtones. There’s a chance of taupe this afternoon, with suggestions of gray and cement poking through.

Walking & reading a map

December 15, 2011

Another day of reading in public. Manhattan’s grids make for (mostly) easy navigation. This pedestrian appears unconcerned; the earmuffs could be blocking out some distracting street sounds.