I’m working late on a Friday, I’m inspired by the Streets of Chrome photography exhibit I’m headed to tonight, and I hate to end the weekend on a serious note, so I figured I’d share a photo essay from my trip to New York City back in October. As many of you already know, I adored my time there. It was enthralling and inspirational.
I’ve shared a lot photos from that trip, but there are also quite a few that haven’t been on the Front Page yet. One of my fondest memories of the trip was simply observing New Yorkers in their natural habitat and watching street life unfold in front of me. The photos below are testament to the stylish, graceful, bold, diverse, and beautiful people of New York City. I hope love them as much as I do…
Posted on January 25th, 2013 at 5:46 pm. Filed under Front Page and tagged with , New York City 2012.
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