Ville des ténèbres, ville de lumière Posted byKeith GoldsteinMarch 23, 2016August 4, 2020Posted inMurray Hill, New York CityTags:#everybodystreet, #Life_On_The_Street, 34th Street, black and white, dark city, Manhattan, Murray Hill, New York City, Olympus Pen-F, raw streets, shadows, street, street candid, street photography, urban life, _3210034 Share this:PocketMoreFacebookLinkedInTumblrEmailTwitterPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Published by Keith Goldstein Photographer, husband, dad, and passionate cyclist. Lives and works in New York City. View more posts
9 thoughts on “Ville des ténèbres, ville de lumière”
Kudos, I find it so hard to get meaningful blur into my pictures. This is really great.
It was somewhat unintentional surprise, as I was shooting at an odd angle through an old window.
a nice surprise then 🙂
Keith. EXCELLENT. There are 4 photos that I live for. One is the Strand, “Wall Street”.
I have sat in the museum holding the original print so many times, it’s etched in my mind and heart.
This photo does the same thing. I have yet to find an image that moves me as much as those 4, until now.
I guess it’s now 5.
Don, thank you so much. I am without words…
Oh, Keith! This is wonderful…..and unintentional? Makes if even more wonderful, doesn’t it?
Thank you Lois! It was somewhat of a surprise!
I love this photograph – blur is a wonderful thing!
Thank you J. Mackney!