Posts Tagged ‘nyc pedestrians’

Sixth Avenue backdrop

September 18, 2013

this way, that way

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.


Hand jiver

August 20, 2013


It’s all in the gesture. The West 40’s are long on gray and grit, with an occasional charm.

Your phone is a remote

July 11, 2013

turn down the volume

Think really hard, hold your head up and your phone forward, and start pushing the buttons. The world is at your command, sort of.

This is where the camera bugged out

June 21, 2013

hold still

Sometimes the camera and I have a disagreement about uploading pictures. I curse, run a little program, and my photos are mostly salvaged; the camera eats a few. What interests me are the ones that are nearly lost, like this one. On the left you’ll see the words “Eye Center.”

Back there

June 8, 2013

Should I look?

I wanted to look back, but didn’t. At the time, I didn’t notice the window washers across the street. But that’s probably a good thing, because their scaffolding looks a little precarious.


June 2, 2013

Look, it's a...

Macy’s 34th Street, largest store in the world, is waiting for a superhero to swoop in an provide some rush-hour excitement. There’s always commotion on the sidewalk, and the EMS truck is waiting. C’mon, where are you?

Stroll down Seventh Avenue

May 23, 2013


We’ve been having a taste of summer the last couple of days. Temperatures have been in the mid-80’s and the humidity has been high. Thanks, but we’ll take more spring, please.

One way here… and there

May 17, 2013


Correct me if I’m wrong, but don’t these pedestrians have such determination and purpose that their actions appear almost scripted? Maybe we’re witnessing an impromptu theater piece by the Time Warner Center.

At the light with a coffee drink

April 23, 2013


Welcome to New York. Now pay attention to the traffic light.

Men in suits

April 19, 2013


This is what all business men used to look like. In some parts of the city this uniform is more common than in others. These two are definitely part of the same tribe and speaking the same language.