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Another old photograph of New York taken on a cold and snow filled February.
This is the light of NYC at it’s best, reflecting off the glass on Broadway and W52, with the Late Show theatre in the background.
Converted to a Holga/film effect
white, winter, black, light, urban, nyc, holga, new, usa, shadows, broadway, tork
u r on fire today! fenomenal picture
Took these about 5 years ago now, the light was amazing and so clear this day. This is one of several I took, including this one which is not bad for my little old Fuji S5000, thanks for the lovely comment
great shot mate
Thanks Steve, like you decided to go back through some old photos
Wonderful image. Love the light, the B/W and the view.. ;)!
Thank you MeikeH was amazed at the quality of the light this day
really great shot, that guy and his shadow provide a real “New York” focal point.h
Thanks h, could have spent hours taking photos from this point
These are nice… view, idea, light… all very interesting!
Thanks for that comment Jeff
you sure mastered the light and shadows here. the solitary man walking into his shadow against the high key background is superb. wonderful city shot. well done.
Thanks JK, the light was great, got a few with double shadows from the sun and light reflected off the buildings
In thoughts in his own world…great catch
gorgeous captured. i like the geometry and the shadow in front of course.very beautifully done.
Thanks Marcel, this was an amazing spot to photography on this day
Thank you as always Julie
Excellent candid capture!
thank you Denis