NYC, the most photographed city in the world. These are some of my favorites from the past couple months. Recently, a couple people have told me this blog gives them a glimpse into NYC. While it's a really great compliment, I felt the need to provide a deeper look from my perspective for people that have not been here before.
This is a typical news stand for a subway. All the colors and logos are overwhelming yet beautiful.
Because space is tight stacking vertically is often a solution.
A very common sight on the street here. There is a really interesting documentary about NYC food carts called "Man Push Cart". Check it out.
Times Square. The Disneyland of NYC
A lot are abandoned, there is to be said 12 layers that go below the tunnels being used now. For reference, read "Mole People."
While the city is crowded, crazy, and congested there are also beaches a half hour bike ride away.
Riding here and getting around you cross a lot of bridges. This is a view from the 59th st bridge.
Every city has a Chinatown, this is a small side street of New York's. Some of my favorite food is on this street. I encourage you to explore your local Chinatown.
Custom cars and booze, the owner of this shop was so stoked that I knew about his car. A really great character the city is full of them!
You will see a lot of multiable business's. Get a fade and a gold chain.
And despite what people say, you can still paint freights here.
So there is a look through my lens of the city I call home. I'm sure as I left some things out. I might make this a on going post of this blog. Stay tuned!