fun | people who need people
saw the painter at the high line during my meet-up with
sweet jen and her friends. i've seen him before.
the little photographer was at rockefeller center.
hello, hello! well, we never made it to coney island, but we did see the henri cartier-bresson exhibit at moma for a second time and it was really something. he was a master at catching candid & interesting shots from everyday life and his photos made me smile and cry at the same time. i'd love to capture people in my photos more often, but it's not so easy if they don't co-operate ;). hope you had a great weekend!
ps i'm going back to simpler days around here with no more frames or fancy layouts - i think. maybe not!
some people hide behind props, including my own family - look at charlie hiding from the 'sun' in long island city. a bicycle can work, too.
while others put it all out there in the brooklyn botanic garden, or playing ping pong at bryant park.
me too in new betz white kicks. sweeeet!