Manhattan has been experiencing a lot of cold nights lately, especially with the recent snowstorm we experienced this week. As nasty as this weather can be, it still can lead to having the city look incredibly beautiful if you can see it in a different light. Especially on 5th Avenue, where I drew inspiration for my latest photo blog on Manhattan Digest. [Read more…] about A Cold Night on 5th Avenue: An NYC Photoblog
On occasion, I will go through some of my catalog of work and look back on certain periods of my work. Since we are in the last depressing months of this New York City winter I decide to pull out some photos I took a few years ago during a frigid, snowy photo walk. I remember this walk well since about half way through the telescopic focus on my lens broke.
I was trying to capture how New York life still goes on despite a horrible storm. Until my lens broke… I still was able to capture some photos but all in all, you might consider this an outtake collection.
The magic of New York City in the snow is too enticing for any one with a camera to miss. During some recent flurries I grabbed my cameras and headed from my apartment on 55th Street over to 7th Avenue and then up and over to Central Park. The giant flakes made for phenomenal texture. It was amazing to see the city functioning in the midst of this beautiful atmosphere.