New York at Night - St. Mark’s Place
When the days concede to night in the winter, there is a comfort in the glow of city lights. While neon lights can sometimes come across as cold, once the windchill dips into the single digits, those lights are a sign of life. People tend to huddle under the glow of lights in the winter with a frequency that isn’t seen in warmer months as if they are city moths drawn to the glowing promise of warmth.
Street photography is a great way to observe these types of behavioral patterns. I often refer to street photography as a cinematic.. .continue reading here…
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