This is a photographic record of walks I have taken in the five boroughs -- posted in rough chronological order.

I'll skip around from borough to borough as the mood strikes me. I'll add captions and occasionally a brief
commentary but, for the most part, I'll let the pictures speak for themselves



March 17 & 19


The above photo was taken looking into the front entrance of Sicis on the corner of Broom and Green Street. Yes, it's totally decadent, catering to the top 1%, selling mosaics,  jewelry and interior decoration. A bright flame as the empire crumbles. I remember when SoHo was the home of artists. Now it's the haunt of the very rich, tourists and amateur photographers looking for interesting reflections.

Twilight Zone

Reflection in a Silver Bowl (Spring Street)

60 Mercer Street

Parking Lot
 (Street mural by D*Face)

Time for a Smoke
(I flipped photo of Dean Stockton's mural)


Leanne said...

These are fabulous photos, those reflections are amazing- there is so much to look at in these shots. Love the last shot too.

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Great photographs.

Regards and best wishes

James said...

Cool shots! I love that Bowl that you found on Spring Street!

s.c said...

Great shots real kaleidoscopic.Especially the colors. Love them.

Jim said...

Amazing shots.

Ellie said...

Great shots - love your reflections. Thanks for sharing.

Catherine said...

fantastic shots - love the layered superimposed reflections...

Bob Lejeune said...

Thank you Catherine. Just for the record: nothing is layered or superimposed. Just a one shot through the door of a very fancy showroom. That's why it's labeled "conundrum."


Rebecca said...

Terrific photos! I do love the reflections too.

Dyanna said...

I adore street art. Thanks for sharing these. Makes me want to travel!