Rain on Pell Street. Chinatown, New York City.
I used to imagine that I could stop time in tiny increments by blinking my eyes. Each blink had the potential to open up an entirely new narrative and universe. It wasn’t until I fell in love with photography that I realized that every photo also opens up an entirely new narrative and universe of possibility.
On evenings when summer rain washes over the city each moment becomes a solitary frame broken ever so slightly by the movement of umbrellas, the blink of an eye and the click of a camera.
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Meteor lights up sky over Atlanta
NASA will have to pore over the captured images to determine where the meteor eventually faded out in Georgia.
From deep in LIFE.com’s archives, some of the earliest photos of Egypt…
Pictured: An Egyptian man leans through a small ornate window to hold his wife’s hand.
Konica Hexar RF and Voigtlander Ultron 28mm f/1.9
Arista Premium 400 developed @ 800 in Rodinal (1:50)
Desperate tourists rush for cover
- Mid-town, Manhattan, September 2011