New Yorkers

I’m home. I’m tired. I’ve a LOT of Polaroids to scan and i’m counting down the minutes till I see Wobble. There’s lots to share, but first some sleep. And shots of that wonderfully unique tribe: the New Yorkers…

Posted on 25-09-2010
13 responses
  1. grace

    NEW YORK NEW YORK! great photos “the fish guys”, the couple holding hands and the runners are my favourites :) thanks for sharing! x

  2. Kathryn

    Wonderful shots, good to hear your home save and sound.
    Looking forward to seeing more shots :)

  3. Mel

    I love New York so much. So happy you had a great time. But good to have you back too:) xx

  4. Charlane Killough Griffith

    love the cool hats too! great street shots

  5. Lisa

    Glad you are back, and so glad you enjoyed your trip. Looking forward to seeing all those Polaroids. Now go hug that Little Wobble Man!!! xo

  6. hydee ann

    tribe photos just go to show NYC is not all glam & fashion, but definitely unique & colorful! love it.

  7. Nicola

    Lovin the cyclists!

  8. Tracey

    Great, great photos!! I can’t wait to visit New York – pretty sure it will blow my mind! :)

    it will!! it blew mine too :)

  9. annalyn

    looks fun to be in there :) I love sidewalk vendors, I used to be one.

  10. Jude

    Thanks for even more pix of crazy, incomparable, awesome NY!

  11. Meg

    So one reason why I love visiting your blog and looking at your pictures is that the sites you see where you live feel so different, but somehow familiar to me. Your home, your world is so different from mine, and yet it feels like they very well could be aspects of my life.

    And then! Then you come to NYC – just miles from where I call home. You experience sights that are comfortable to me – yellow cabs, pretzels vendors with their steaming metal carts, and gray. So many ways to see gray, grey, silver, steel. Everything is now SO very familiar and yet seeing it through your lens, it is somehow different.

    I’m jet lagged too. I may be talking in circles. Or just too much.


    this is one of the things i love about photography – put 10 photographers in a city and they’ll show you ten different ways to see the same place. magic :)

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