Good photos. They all look like celebrities.
You have my full attention here. I really like the dancing duo and the three ladies at the bottom. Most eye catching to my mind are the three chess players. That's a very moving piece. Thank you.
LOVED the dancers.....LOVED the Rabi!Jo
Love that icity and these photos.
You have a very good eye! They are all interesting shots. :-)
You did a beautiful job with those photos. I keep forgetting how to do things on Photoshop.
Great pictures. I love people watching and apparently you do also. Take care.
A day in the life of a big city.
Great street photography
I love candid shots. it's so hard to get them of the twin grandgirls because they are very aware of the camera and always pose consequently they always look pretty much the same in every picture.
Beautiful shots, the chess players have an especially painterly quality. Great composition.
Good people-in-their-places pictures!
Such an assortment of people.Most of my family live in the big cityI like to visit and then hurry home to the woodswhere my heart is...
Love the two guys checking out the cute blonde.
Nice street photography. The chess game is the winner in my eyes.
I loved The City,from the first time Cary and I were there when I was on convalescence leave in '67, to the last time about 5 years ago. My hotel, the one I stayed in every time except the last when trump bought it, was the Mayflower, down at the end of the park. Cary and I saw Ian and Sylvia at the Bitter End one evening, my youngest had a 9 week gig in Rent in 2004, I shelled out more in tickets than the hotel cost. The upper west side was my favorite, the area between broadway and amsterdam, between 60th and 80th. The city was alive at every hour, and being younger, I took advantage of every moment of it.
Have you stopped blogging? Your link does not take me anywhere?
Take your time...take a deep breath...then hit me with your best shot.