68 posts tagged chinatown
New York City - Snow - Doyers Street - Chinatown
The snow fell
like icing sugar
around the city:
a sweet dusting
on top of
that melted on
New York City - Chinatown on a Rainy Evening
When does a photograph transform from a snapshot into something more transcendent? This is probably one of the most complex questions that photographers encounter.
I firmly believe that subjective taste plays a large role in deciding what is or isn’t memorable. One could debate the existence of a collective subjective taste. However, rather than debate about collective subjective taste, I can share how I differentiate between a snapshot and a more memorable photograph.
When I took this photo, it was one of many I took of the this street corner. This happens to be one of my favorite areas of Chinatown and I wanted to convey the …continue reading here…
This is my weekly blog post to PDN’s Emerging Photographer’s Blog.
New York City - Night - Alley - Chinatown
the city stars
shine like supernovas
in a vast
And in the hours
just before midnight
during muffled increments
when the city’s heart
palpitates in time
to the distant lullaby
of the day’s remains
alleys and streets.
New York City doesn’t have many alleys.This was taken on a quiet city night in an alley in Chinatown with my Sony A99.
Some of the best moments occur when night falls and dreams roam the streets.
New York City Streets - East Broadway - Chinatown
Everyone seems to have their own image of New York City that represents so much more than just the geographical spot that New York City inhabits on any sort of map.
New York City has always been a destination for those seeking a generalized concept of a better life. As an economic lighthouse and a representation of (the steadily crumbling, nearly non-existent concept of) the American Dream, New York City has attracted people from all over the world.
I grew up the child of an immigrant to the United States. My mother’s family fled Eastern Europe after . .continue reading here…
This is my weekly blog post to the Emerging Photographer’s Blog.