Friday, January 29, 2010
rimmed sunglasses, shaded him from the sun. He carried a large Marc Jacobs tote bag and wore a grey wool coat, a plaid scarf and his tight jeans were tucked into a pair of Ugg-looking boots.
Back on Third Ave., in the 20's, I noticed a Japanese guy, whose grey top hat was blown off his head from the wind. When he caught it and put it back on, I asked for a photo, with his shaggy hair covering one of his eyes. He stood near the wall and was dressed in a black wool peacoat and a very large turquoise scarf was twisted around his neck. I noticed a large silver-chain hanging out from under his coat.
Thursday, January 28, 2010
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Friday, January 15, 2010
fur jacket, lime-green gloves, a lime-green turtleneck and a tan cap on his head, along with large rimmed square sunglasses. Back on 42nd St. and closer to Grand Central Station, a black young guy looked interesting to me, so I took him aside and photographed him wearing a short jacket with his animal print t-shirt underneath stood out. On his head was a wool red/blue skull cap and he wore large, squared framed tortoise-shelled glasses, making him look cool. Inside Grand Central, stood a nice-looking guy, with a large satchel on his arm, wearing a fur-trimmed vest over his black zippered jacket and a white scarf tucked into it. His black wrap-around, black lens sunglasses gave me the affect that made him stand out. He mentioned to me that he was a hairdresser.
Thursday, January 14, 2010
cap and wore a graffiti-like black t-shirt under his jacket, looking cool. He lower lip had silver-ball piercing and a goatee on his chin. Next guy was standing in front of a take-out deli, near the corner of 42nd and 9th. He said he was from London and wear a black-knit skull cap, along with a multi-striped scarf around his neck. Almost near 5th & 42nd St., a young guy was approaching me and I noticed his black/white jacket, with it's hood covering his head. I asked for a photo and placed him in front of a silver column, which also showed that he had a light-weight double-breasted-black jacket under his jacket that covered a black t-shirt with white scribbling on it. A close-up of his face revealed a light goatee and mustache. The last guy for the day, I noticed when I was near Grand Central Station. He was walking quickly, carrying a large-brown satchel, wearing brown boots, with his grey tight pants tucked into them and wearing brown gloves. His grey peacoat was opened, revealing a black/white horizontal striped sweater, with a multi-striped large scarf, wrapped many times around his neck. He wore brown-tinted aviator sunglasses and had a goatee and mustache, with neat hair on his head and a dimple in his cheek.
Saturday, January 9, 2010
1 - 9 - 10 Crossing Madison Ave. on 42nd St., I noticed two young guys, holding hands and looking comfy and bundled up for the cold. I walked with them, quickly said to them, please stand here, so I can photograph you. They complied and photographed the 1st. guy, with a knit hat covering his hair, scarf wrapped around his neck and tucked into his jacked. He had a piercing on his lip. The 2nd guy, had blondish hair, sticking out of his fur-lined, black leather trapper's hat and his silver lip piercing was in the middle of his lip. Wearing a wool double-breasted jacket with a striped scarf that hanged outside of his jacket, along with a large canvas bag that was carried across his chest, in front of him. At the corner of Fifth & 42nd St. in front of the H&M store, I noticed a young guy with his black sweatshirt hood up over his head from under his to the waist black leather jacket, checkered scarf and black, wrap-around dark sunglasses on, I took a photo.
Right after him, a slim Japanese guy came by and took him aside to photograph him. He had a short wool jacket, scarf around his neck that showcased his orange-colored highlights in his hair. His orange shoes matched his hair. Walking towards Sixth Avenue, came a trio of people, which consisted of a guy, neatly dressed in a wool peacoat, a tan-colored, large scarf around his neck, black knit cap on and wearing an oversize pair of black rimmed, clear glasses, I took his photo.
Friday, January 8, 2010
The 3rd guy, looked sharp and pressed, wearing a gray-double button jacket, black scarf at this neck, wearing black leather gloves and his black shoes were very pointy. His hair was closely cropped to his scalp and wore a pair of contemporary glasses.
The next guy was standing in front of the 42nd St. Hilton Hotel, very tall, dark and handsome.
Casually dressed in jean, a plaid jacket and a knit cap on his head. Good-looking guy and asked him where he was from and said Tennessee and was here to see Broadway shows. First visit to NYC and visiting for a week, since he was a theatre major and wants to get into being an actor.
The last guy today, I saw while I enter Grand Central Station and he was at the entrance. I asked him if you could come outside for the better light, for me to take his photo and he obliged.
Young guy, light-skinned black guy, wearing jeans, a wool pea coat and a large scarf which he wrapped around his neck many times, making rolls. The interesting aspect is that he had a pair of black gloves on and then had one glove sticking out of his left-front jean's pocket. His hair was neatly cut and was spiky on top of his head and also had his left eyebrow pieced with silver-balls and a number of silver-ball piercings on this left ear, all looking decorative.
Monday, January 4, 2010
Asked where they were from and said Guatemala. He spoke some English and I took a close-up photo of his face, surrounded by the fur of this white hood and then a full-length photograph of his opened jacket, revealing his large-belt buckle. And then I was on my way.
Saturday, January 2, 2010
Friday, January 1, 2010
On the side of the square, I noticed to guys who were photographing eachother. One of the guys was dressed up with a dark top coat on, along with a white shirt and tie, looking a bit like an outsider and he was. I asked where they were from and both said South Korea. I took a few photos of the guy, who looked very straight-laced. Right after them, two guys, looking like punk-rockers were walking nearby me and I asked for photos of each of them separately and then together. They said they were in a band and have played on Delancy St. and in Brooklyn. They
were both dressed in black short denim jackets, t-shirts under them, caps on their heads, smoking cigarettes. The shorter guy had a chunk of black-hair, covering one of his eyes. They were cool about me photographing them.