Wonderful street shot!
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Interesting costume. :) Nice shot!
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108mm ISO200 1/250 f/5
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New York City street shot from when I visited my sister last June.
I was photographing people engaged with their technology- they weren’t paying any attention to me or my camera I think this woman was trying to get into the shade a bit to see her phone screen, reduce the glare.
Thoughts on style…………decorating, home, fashion, hair, writing-
What’s in style these days?
Have you ever been out of style?
Did you ever cramp anyone’s style?
Do you know anyone whose style is stuck in another decade? or maybe their style is making a comeback?
Who decides what’s in style or out of style?
What is your style?
Nice shot! Interesting questions. Maybe our readers will have some answers. I just go with what I like, at any given time.
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Nice shot, who says New Yorkers have gone soft?
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“What makes you smile?” “The crazy guy next to me who makes me a little nervous.”
Great shot, a great city with great characters!
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My grandmother, some time back in the 1940s. Besides being a terrific mother and grandmother, she always had a really good fashion sense. It’s too bad I didn’t inherit it, though she did what she could to help.
Great fashion sense and photo!
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Helloooo everyone! Hope you all had a good week. The summer is rolling along and the weather here in NYC has been really beautiful lately. Clear blue skies, not hot. Gorgeous. After a couple of blog posts bitching about my doldrum days and scarcity of modeling work, on Friday, at long last, I was rescued. Yay! Rescued from this idle summer of crap and nothingness. My knight in shining armor was the one and only Fred Hatt, who invited me to his studio in Brooklyn. We spent the afternoon drawing, discussing the photos for the Museworthy Art Show, and enjoying each other both as friends and collaborators.
Fred is of course a professional photographer but I also had my camera with me, and that inevitably leads to goofy pictures taken when I’m not posing. My view from the studio floor with Fred in the background:
Great shot! Looks like you are a great multi-tasker!
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Walking with holding hands is one of the privileges of two people in a relationship.
It always feels nice.
Very nice, love the animation!
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Great shot, what a cool looking little car!
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via Bain News Service and the Library of Congress
Very interesting bit of history there!
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Fantastic shot, and seems like such a cool event!
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New York’s Times Square, one of the world’s busiest crossroads, has come to a standstill to allow yoga enthusiasts to mark the summer solstice.
The Manhattan square became a sea of yogis exercising in time on their mats, beneath the billboards.
Tim Tompkins, co-founder of event, said part of its appeal was finding stillness and calm amid the city rush on the longest day of the year.
They can only fit 600 at a time into Times Square so the rest are at other locales, different times.
Free yoga classes began at 07:30 local time and were due to continue until sunset.
The oldest of the teachers in the square was 94, the AFP news agency reported.
Bravo. For all the right reasons…fitness, calming, relaxation, health.
Amazing shot, so nice to see this becoming a tradition!
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And you may want to check out our post about Yoga under the Alexander Calder Sculpture in Seattle and, of course, the Famous Times Square Naked Cowboy !