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Lazlo – John Jay Park, Upper East Side, New York City

City Folk


Street Musicians of New York

Busking is the practice of performing in public places, for gratuities. There have been performances in public places for gratuities in every major culture in the world, dating back to antiquity. This art form was the most common means of employment for entertainers before the advent of recording and personal electronics. In the United States there has been a rebirth of this art form as the new millennium has started. The streets & subways of New York are evidence of this.

See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil

Morning Rush Hour Commuters on A Downtown Train – New York City

Walking The Dog

Walking The Dog – York Avenue, Upper East Side, New York City

Uptown One

Yorkshire Terrier – Uptown One Train, New York City


Zabars – Upper West Side, New York City

On The Go!

On The Go! – Subway Platform, New York City

Ever Since I’ve Been Waiting

Ever Since I’ve Been Waiting – 14th Street Subway Station, New York City


Herald Square News Stand – 34th Street, New York City

Herald Square

Hot Dog Cart

West 34th Street & Seventh Avenue – New York City

Portrait Artists

Portrait Artists – Herald Square, New York City

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Chelsea Papaya

Chelsea Papaya – 23rd Street & Seventh Avenue, New York City

Celebrate Revolution

Welcome Wall Street Occupiers – Revolution Books, New York City


Intersection – 23rd Street at Sixth Ave, New York City


The Weather Outside

Bus Stop Girl

Waiting for the M79 Cross-town Bus – Upper East Side, New York City

Morning Routine

Seeking Sanctuary While Sleeping Upon the Steps of Salvation

First Baptist Church – Broadway and 79th Street, New York City

Homeless Man

The Morning Routine



The First Baptist Church in the City of New York is a Christian congregation based in a sanctuary built in 1891 at the intersection of Broadway and West 79th Street in the Upper West Side of Manhattan, New York.

The First Baptist Church building was designed by George M. Keister, who also planned the Apollo Theater. Two unequal towers over the corner entrance to the main auditorium are examples of biblical symbolism. The taller tower represents Jesus Christ as the Head of the Church. The lower tower, which appears incomplete, was designed to represent the Church, which will remain unfulfilled until the return of Christ. Two shorter towers represent the Old Testament and the New Testament.

The five front steps of the sanctuary conform to the teaching that salvation is by the grace of God alone through Jesus. 

source:  wikipedia

Halal Cart

Serving It Up At The Seventh Ave Food Cart – Greenwich Village, New York City

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