Photography: Winter in Quarantined New York

Photography: Winter in Quarantined New York

Over the past week or so I’ve managed to wander around a little bit to photograph things around town. This installation of my Quarantined in New York series features a couple of shots in Fort Greene, Brooklyn with the bulk of the shots in Midtown Manhattan on eerily quiet and very cold, late Saturday night. Check out photos below.

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Caption: Sometimes the weird, old New York pokes its head out — even during a pandemic.
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Caption: Reflections of Grand Central Terminal from the now-shuttered Grand Hyatt Hotel next door.
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Caption: Prismatica is a glimmering and kaleidoscopic light installation featuring 25 pivoting and chiming prisms, currently located in Midtown Manhattan’s Garment District — or more specifically on Broadway between 40th and 39th Streets. The traveling installation, which is in town until the end of the month was once in Montreal’s Quartier des Spectales. So you have a few more days to check it out.
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Caption: An entirely empty Times Square on a Saturday night is a surreal and jarring sight.
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Caption: These decorations in Fort Greene, Brooklyn caught my eye.
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For these photos and more, check out the Flickr set here: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmTgNq4j