Last week we celebrated my mother in laws 91st birthday.
We went to The Mercer Kitchen a Jean-George Restaurant located on Prince Street in The Mercer Hotel. When I walked toward our table I heard a thumping above my head. I realized it was people walking by us, overhead. Lucky I had my camera with me.
(click on The Mercer Kitchen link, scroll down to the second from the bottom pictures, you’ll what I am talking about)
Looking to the left, right and straight ahead.
nyc 30 May 2015
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Here is something that I did as an experiment. Walking in New York city, I felt as if I was constantly walking into a crowd. I was disoriented, and adrift from my family, since I was behind my lens.
I was in constant motion and tried to capture this with my camera….How did I DO?
No matter how many times a I goes to New York City, I always see something in a new way.
We stayed in the Gramercy Park neighborhood. The Flatiron Building, Empire State Building and Chrysler Building are all in walking distance.
My daughter had an appointment and I waited for her on the closed sidewalk on Broadway and 22cnd. On our walk back to the hotel we spotted a crowd in front of Union Square. How lucky we were to Zac Efron (what a cutie) getting ready to shoot a scene for his new movie.
Here are some familiar pictures from a new perspective.
chrysler building long exposure
mannequins on broadway
lady on phone
empire state building
met life tower