Saturday, October 22, 2005


Don't put the camera away just because of a little rain. I shot most of these by setting the camera down right on the pavement. In New York City you can generally do whatever you want without attracting the least bit of attention, but of course several people just couldn't help themselves... they just had to comment on this unacceptably bizarre behaviour.


Anthony said...

I'm sure you'd get the same reaction here in LA-- "The camera on the pavement?? What's with these photographers??" Yet, the shots look great! I've taken shots by setting the camera on train tracks- you get an interesting effect. Thanks for the great pics!

rgmb said...

I'm a New Yorker (bridge and tunnel girl) and I don't think I'd want any part of my body other than my feet that close to the pavement in Times Square. Let's hope you sanitized the camera afterward. Great shots!

Stacey said...

I like taking shots close, or on the ground.. I have one I took in DisneyWorld that way.... It was at like 3:30 in the morning, so there is no one but the workers who were coming out behind us as they finished learing the park. Makes a cool shot though.

You've got some more good shots here. I like the one with the limo and the reflection in the water the best.