Facades in New York

Here are a selection of images taken during my most recent visit to New York in late December 2018 and early January 2019.  The focus is on facades and architecture. The first two photographs combine decorative metalwork and reflections:


The next two also feature reflections and have a more abstract geometric quality:


A striking, supersized mural seen through metal grill railings: STOP GUNS. It depicts a child posing with a gun and taking a selfie:

In the next photo I like the combination of lines – the  diagonals and shadows of the wrought iron fire escapes with the zigzagging black graffiti on the bisected sign:

Here’s a picture shot on my iPhone – surreal illusion with joyful Hasidic dancers, graffiti and reflections:

And a couple taken at night combining construction, facades and found imagery: