New York City never disappoints me. Anytime you fall into a lull and think you've seen it all, a winning moment waits around the corner.
The other day while walking to the subway at Union Square around 8:15am a woman in an incredibly short skirt crossed in front of me on what I will assume was her "stride of pride" (aka walk of shame). She was clearly uncomfortable in her last night's outfit. Well no sooner could I lift my camera to my hip while walking did a man walking towards us glance her way. It was a lucky shot and I didn't realize how well I caught his glance until I looked at the image on the Mac later that evening.
This is further proof of my feeling to always have a camera with me since you just never know what pops out in front of you.
Now which version do we like better? The black and white or color?
Fujifilm X-Pro1 with 18mm lens ISO 1000 - F/5.6 @ 1/400th
Just a few snaps of the awesome and durable 500C/M.
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