Anger Management, Broadway


I made this image as I walked my 6 year old son home from school. I had no idea that he was following us. He called out to me from behind and asked why I took his picture. I said because he looked sad, angry, and lonely sitting there. Anyway, I continued, I was taking pictures of my son. He looked entirely bewildered with my answer. Honesty seemed to be the best policy in this situation. I slowly walked away making sure he was not following us any further. I have to be extremely careful as to what I do when I am with my son.

About Keith Goldstein

Lives and works in New York City.
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5 Responses to Anger Management, Broadway

  1. loisajay says:

    I imagine it could get dangerous out there. Be careful.

  2. Alexandra says:

    gosh, it must have been stressful when he followed you… but I can see why you stopped to take the picture… great capture!!
    you used the X100T for this one?
    take care!

    • Yes, Alexandra, the X100T. Love it, but I love my Ricoh GR more! Smaller and stealthfull, though the X100T does not make any noise at all.

      • Alexandra says:

        I’ve been shooting with the X100T for a while… am in love with it… havent explored high iso noise though… will have to try it then … thank you!!

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