Walk it. It’s a beautiful West Village Street.
The High Line, New York’s recently uncovered and renovated above ground train line, is a superb feature to photograph. Especially if you’re into flocks of tourists and lounging West Villagers. The lofted vantage point also provides new perspectives on New York City life. That’s what I wanted to explore. Here are just a few from a quick stroll the other day when I met up with a friend who is moving on from a job she’s held for six years. Good luck, Anna!
And the obligatory sunset shot (Without a filter this is the best it got.)
So it’s taken me basically, no, completely the entire Christmas season to get around to taking some shots of Rolf’s, a German fare bar near New York City’s Gramercy Park. Alas, here is the evening blog about the bar so packed with decorations it draws tourists from all over and has even been featured on the Travel Channel. (I live a block and a half away.)
I took a shot of the entire window and then tried to pick it apart, scene by scene. Mind you it is in the 20s out tonight, it’s dark, and I was shooting hand held. As you can see taking photos of just the window are ok, but just too busy for me.
I picked up on an angel in the corner and decided it was worth a few shots.
(This shot is available for purchase at my Etsy site.)
Now this one says Christmas to me. Best wishes to all my readers in the New Year.