Few New Yorkers object to having their photos taken.
I almost always ask first.
A scene on 6th Avenue. The tourists had just had their photo
taken by the young passerby who was returning the camera.
Ah, the iconic Obama image by Sheperd Fairey has spawned a zillion imitations.
Here one dear to my heart.
A gallery on 23rd Street has a painted floor
Not to mention a plate with peas on it that seems to smile.
The tea pot looks quite friendly too.
The Holy Apostles' Garden on 9th Avenue
has fairly infrequently seen red aquilegia.
How small the people on the other side of the track look
with the red stripe over their heads.