New York, It's a Gas
Gotcha' Records Here!
The streets are filled with sidewalk vendors, this one selling Vintage Vinyl LPs.
Tony Rosenthal's "Alamo" also know as "The Cube" at Astor Place, a short two block street in lower Manhattan. This Cube weighs in at about 1800 lbs, and spins when pushed.
Kickin' It Old School
Louis Mendes, known for his use of the Speed Graphics and Polaroid film, sits with a friend on 17th Street.
Posed for Conversation Captain Jack Style
This pose caught my eye as we walked down the street. A typical moment on the city street, filled with gesture and personalty.
Come on Mom...
Mother and child out and about on a Friday afternoon.
New York's front row seats for people watching.
Walking with purpose to the jobsite. There seemed to be construction everywhere in the Bowery - rehabbing old buildings, new ones going up in place of old, all mixed in with the usual street life of NYC.
One of the many sidewalk merchants selling clothing. Low overhead, but a chance of rain. New York sidewalks are full of personality.
A pro driving the streets.
No Standing Anytime
Two guys outside an Internet Cafe early Sunday morning, both lost in their own worlds.
Walking Their Owner
These two puppies were out taking their owner for a walk. When the dogs are this big, there's no question as to who is walking who.
Mile End Delicatessen
Robin On the Rooftop Water tower Near Sunset
Watertowers on rooftops are a common site in the Bowery. This one was in the view of rooftops outside our 11th floor window looking east.