Broadway _R013138 Posted byKeith GoldsteinDecember 22, 2016Posted inBroadway, New York CityTags:black and white, New York City, Ricoh GR, street photography 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
7 thoughts on “Broadway _R013138”
what was going on in this photograph?
Daniel, while my imagery is descriptive of a moment, I leave interpretations open to the viewer. I find it interesting what others see that I might not. Every image I do has a story of some kind. Whether to include it or not, that’s always a dilemma. Does it embellish or take away from the image? I’d rather let the image speak from an emotional psychological viewpoint. Please do not misunderstand. I’m not trying to avoid your question, but answer it by asking you, “What do you see? What do you feel?”.
It looks to me as if the person on the left is confused & the other person is helping them, or maybe drunk.
Daniel, you are somewhat correct. It is the man’s daughter helping him cross the street. He seemed to have some kind of impairment, loss of balance.
There’s a beauty in the brutal honesty of the act.
Thanks Daniel! All the best for 2017!
such a very touching photo, Keith. Beautiful capture.