Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Five Photos (III)

Well-dressed-persons-looking-out-over-the-steps

If you look past the hot dog cart and into the street, you'll notice someone taking a picture of the museum. I just now realized that I'm probably in his picture, too.

North-of-Times-Square

From North of Times Square

Julian-in-the-Cathedral

My friend Julian Rozzell, Jr. performed in a production of T.S. Eliot's 'Murder in the Cathedral' at St. Joseph's Church in Brooklyn.

This is from after the show had come down. Julian is heading back up the aisle to grab something that he had left.

Sam-Adams-in-black-and-white

I'm not usually a Sam Adams fan, but have found myself liking Octoberfest this year.

Museum-guide-directing-man-and-woman

I was at the museum to check out an exhibit featuring photos by Leon Levinstein. He had done a great deal of street photography in New York from 1950 - 1980, and seeing some of that work has gotten me more interested in taking pictures of people.

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These five photos are pulled from a larger batch of photos that I just recently uploaded to Flickr. The above are the ones that I thought fit the blog format best, but if you'd like to check out the rest, you can do so by clicking here.