Photography: The Oculus/Subway Art

Photography: The Oculus/Subway Art

An additional hour or so of daylight, the hint of warmer weather, the hope that life will get back to some sort of normal, and a brand new camera — a Canon 6D Mark II — have inspired me a bit more to wander around town and to photograph as much as I could. So over the past couple of days I was in Harlem and at The Oculus in Downtown Manhattan. Check out some photos below.

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Captions: Reflections.
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Caption: Christopher Wynter’s “Migration,” at the 110th and Cathedral Parkway B and C Station which prominently features Frederick Douglass. This particular part of the piece is on the
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Caption: Whenever I’m in Harlem, I pay some love to Frederick Douglass. It’s just the right thing to do.
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Caption: Tom Otterness’ “Life Underground” at 14th Street and 8th Avenue A,C,E and L Station.
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Caption: The Oculus at night.

For these photos and more, check out the Flickr set here: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmV8ayS8