12.03.11 West 14th Street 2010Posted in Cities,NYC,PeopleTags: 20mm prime,Black and White,E-PL1,Manhattan,New York,NYC,Sidewalking,SilverEfx Pro,street photography It has been a while since I posted some street work. This has been sitting in my library for over a year. I crossed the street to get a shot closer to the couple, and meant to get even closer but traffic interfered. Like this:Like Loading... Posted in Cities,NYC,PeopleTags: 20mm prime,Black and White,E-PL1,Manhattan,New York,NYC,Sidewalking,SilverEfx Pro,street photography« South Bronx SunsetFirst and Ten »Backto TopGet inTouchShare onFacebookTweetthis PostSubscribeBy Email Show Hide 5 comments link to this post Mark NealDecember 3, 2011 - 10:48 am I like this shot Mark. You’ve captured a nice display of urban stuff . . . motion, calm and the bike gives great balance.ReplyCancel MarkDecember 3, 2011 - 11:21 am Thanks, Mark. It’s luck as much as anything else, but I also like the way the woman and cab are moving in opposite directions.ReplyCancel EmilyDecember 3, 2011 - 7:16 pm Don’t you love when you find old photos, that you forgot you had, and realize how awesome they are? I know this was taken in NYC, but in may ways it looks like streets in Toronto, Ontario. Great shot. ReplyCancel Jimi JonesDecember 3, 2011 - 9:33 pm This is a really nice street scene, Mark. I like how the trees have framed this with the couple and pedestrian in the center. The B&W treatment also gives this a bit of a timeless feel. Nice pull from the archives. ReplyCancel chris MaskellDecember 4, 2011 - 2:52 am Great shot. The inclusion of the traffic and other elements adds life but also isolates the couple.ReplyCancel Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked * Name * Email * Website Comment Notify me of replies to my comment only Notify me of followup comments via e-mail Notify me of new posts by email.