Street Photographer on Pier 35 and the East River-Manhattan, New York City
Tentative, detached, and contemplative a street photographer ponders the scene that is out of the frame. The photographer is at Pier 35 on the East River in Manhattan. Expressing himself anachronistically by photographing with an old-style film-based camera, the man presents himself as if he were a hippie living in the 1960’s. Appearing to desire separation from the time he is observing he stands both central in the frame but isolated from the setting.