I’ve been out of town and haven’t had the chance to post lately, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been shooting. I left my press equipment behind and hit the road with film cameras and my Fuji X100 – the later of which was used for these shots here.
Shocking as it may be, the weather was perfect. Two weeks in NY had only a day or two of clouds, and that perfect autumnal light seemed to strike wherever we went.
The weather even played along for a twelve hour layover in Paris. I’ve never seen such blue skies there.
The light is just right: sunshine hits a building in East Midtown
A late autumn stroll through Prospect Park, just for good measure.
Inside a 5th ave museum, where the buildings themselves are a part of the art.
That classic shot of the Brooklyn Bridge, plus a little construction. The Manhattan Bridge is off in the corner, too.
A view of the Manhattan Bridge from Brooklyn as the sun is going down on Thanksgiving.
Art is not completely dead in New York. This lasted at least two minutes before a cop came to sweep it away.
Refrigerador – er, em, Bike Lane in Soho.
And then onto Paris, perhaps the only city in the world where you have to try even harder than in New York to avoid taking cliché photographs and photographic clichés.
Bicycles and Shoes, Paris.
Construction cranes soar above Les Halles
The Centre Georges Pompidou, or at least the escalator on its side.
The death of a rock organ.
One more bridge for the collection, but only because the light was just right.
That’s it for this collection of street photography- next time, coming to you Live From Berlin again.