Monday, November 9, 2009

















Friday morning - back to the Yankee Parade crowd at Penn - all images posted were made near the staircase leading up to the Amtrak and New Jersey Transit level - people from New Jersey or 9th Av. are coming down the stairs.

On some images it is clear who is heading for the parade.

I like the light neat the this staircase and, also, I like photographing stairs. There is depth, slower movement and convergence of subjects. It is harder to hang out there, though, because while there I am, in essence, in the way traffic.

Monday, Monday...

5 comments:

Mick said...

The woman in the last picture ... I think I know her. :)

The Artist Within Us said...

A staircase from a photographic standpoint is very dynamic with strong angles and intersecting light.

Your photography should become paintings.

Enjoy the week,
Egmont

Kim said...

congratulations to the yankees John!!
the stairs make for an interesting contrast to the figures..
lots of hoods ..the weather must be turning quite cool...

The Green Stone Woman said...

Descending stairs always gives people a regal look, as if they are entering a royal reception area and are called out by name beforehand. Nora Ibsen, Duchess of the Netherlands.

jgy said...

Ooh, to that pink and those swirls..