New York City Through Native Eyes

“…as I walk those familiarly choked streets at dusk and see the old women sitting in front of the tenements, past and present become each other’s faces; I am back where I began.”

“A Walker In The City” Alfred Kazin, 1978

I have left my shoe leather over thousands of miles of city streets throughout the five boroughs in my walks around NYC. I love to walk the streets of my native city because I still see something new every single time.

In this ongoing series of photos, I will share with you some of my favorite shots around New York.

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