Tag Archive: New York

Vibrance – The Power of Colour

Vibrant colours bring life to a grey day in New York. Shot with Leica M9, Soho, New York.

In Vivid Detail

The devil is in the details at New York’s Fashion Week  Hair, jewelry and shoes—each is a wearable art form which lasts somewhere between the morning shower and next year. But before you… Continue reading

Bright Light, Big City—iPhone v Camera

Early spring light throws sharp edges around New York street scenes. We take different approaches: Mr DW likes the people. Mrs likes the buildings. On a Sunday morning, we each took to the streets in our own way. Mr… Continue reading

A Face In The Crowd

Leica M9

Step Into Liquid

It’s a funny time of year, this in-between winter and spring. The strengthening sunlight says, “spring!”; the chill of the shadows says, “winter!”

Fresh Snowfall

New York awoke this morning to the first day of spring and fresh dusting of snow. In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Fresh.”

An Icy Glance

Olympus OM1N, 100 F2.8.

Last Gasp of Winter

If March comes in like a lion, then this year it is roaring. Snow, snow, snow… will it never end? With an Olympus OM1 loaded with Fuji colour film, an iPhone and an hour to… Continue reading

Old Friends, Best Friends

Broadway, Upper West Side, New York City  Shot with OM1N, Ilford XP2

Downcast

Winter in a city of manmade canyons can be brutal; the east/west street axis hones the prevailing winds to a fine bitter current that cuts like a knife. The only way to tackle this is… Continue reading