Grand Central Light


On any day, Grand Central Station in New York offers some great photo opportunities: architecture; people; trains; or, found objects.  My favourite is to photograph people as they walk through the sunlight that passes through the windows high up on the eastern or southern sides of the station.  In the summer time, the light comes strongly from the east at about 10 am, and in the winter the sun comes through the southern windows at about 1 pm.  Wait long enough and photos appear and usually you don’t realize what you have until you look at the files on the computer screen.