Street Photography Part I: Colors Of The Night


“Ready, Set…” 2005. Nikon D70s, 85mm f/1.4 AF-D Nikkor. Took this from West Houston Street, NYC. Ten years later, the NYC taxis come in different shapes and colors! I miss the uniform look of the old yellow taxis.

I’m still waiting for my computer to come back from repair. I’m upgrading it too, which is why it’s going to take a little while longer.

While waiting around, I went through some old hard drives using my little Chromebook, which is painfully slow.

Street photography was my main thing before I had kids. Even though I don’t get out as often these days, I’m still fascinated by it and I find pleasure in viewing the street photography of other photographers.

The night has always had a special spot in my heart. When you combine street photography with the night, well that’s heaven for me right there!

Here’s a random selection I got from my drive search. Thanks for taking a look, appreciate it. Hope to have more camera reviews coming soon 🙂


“PlayPen” 2011. Fuji X100 12.3mp. Times Square, NYC. With the “freedom” of internet porn, places like this are disappearing fast. Maybe this is a good thing, but I miss the ‘grit’ of the New York City of the 70s and 80s, and even into the 90s.


“Seven” 2011. Bangkok, Thailand. Canon Powershot G10. There are more 7/Eleven stores per square block in SE Asia than anywhere in the USA. Thais just call it “Seven” 🙂


“Night Bug” 2011. Canon EOS 5D Mark II, EF 50mm f/1.8. i found the “Evil Bugster” in Bangkok, Thailand 🙂


“Wheel Of Fortune” 2014. Apple iPhone 5.


“Night Candy” 2013. Fuji X100 12.3mp, Times Square, NYC.


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