It was extremely foggy in New York City this past Friday so I decided to go out and capture that great mood fog creates. All images were taken in Tudor City which is a fabulous neighborhood on the East side between 41st and 43rd streets and Second and First Avenue. It sits a top of a cliff that 42nd street cuts through to access the UN Building. All images were taken with my Fuji x100s processed in Capture One and Photoshop with Nik Color Efex and Silver Efex Pro. I don’t do too much in Nik or Photoshop because the Fuji cameras create awesome images.
This is a shot I often take looking down 42nd Street from the bridge in Tudor City. It is one of my favorite views of the city.
I came across this bicycle in one of there recesses that overlooks First Avenue and the East River. It is so foggy you can’t see the river. I loved how the wheels of the bicycle mimicked the ironwork on the fence. I processed this one using Nik Analog Efex. Sometimes a girl just has to
But for the cars these look like 1940’s Life Magazine. Very nice….
Thank you so much!
Fantastic images Karen. I love them all but the last one of the bicycle is wonderful. Love the way the back wheel is line up with the circle in the fence. Well seen and captured.
Thank you Edith!
Now I have to go back and read Guy Trebay’s piece in the NYTimes about the trees crossing the pathway in Central park!
Thank you David!
Stunning shots Karen, great in B&W.
Thank you Mark!