New York City – Images.1

I love New York City, no doubt about that! As a little girl, my merchant seaman father often took me into the city. He hung out on the docks and at the seaman’s hall. We’d have lunch at Horn and Hardart’s Automat. I loved choosing food displayed behind little glass windows.  I worked in the city, lived in the city, and met Richard’s at Molly Malone’s, a neighborhood bar on Third Avenue. I’m happy in the hustle and knocked myself out for five great days in September. These images are from that trip.

My cell phone camera is too easy to use. The images may not be Nikon sharp, and that’s how it goes. I like street photography — see something, press the shutter button! The moment will not repeat itself. New York City – Images.1 is about anonymous people who caught my eye.

Debut at Carnegie Hall


Homeless on 7th Avenue

Balloon.3                                                                 Mylar Balloon



San Gennaro Festival, Little Italy



Black Shoes – Staten Island Ferry


Delivery in Chinatown

At.Rest At rest in a subway

Vendor                                                             Sabrett Vendor

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4 thoughts on “New York City – Images.1

  1. susanenholm32 October 24, 2018 / 7:36 pm

    Thanks, Joshi. That’s New York City – all that variety.


  2. joshi daniel October 23, 2018 / 10:24 pm

    So much variety and difference. Nicely seen 🙂


  3. susanenholm32 October 22, 2018 / 11:21 am

    Thanks, David. You’ll get to see one or two more sets of images.


  4. smilecalm October 22, 2018 / 11:00 am

    enjoyed these ny travel shots, susan.
    reminds me of my one week in nyc
    and it’s intense, diverse energy 🙂


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