Thursday, September 19, 2013

87th Annual Feast of San Gennaro

The annual San Gennaro festival is usually considered a big deal in part of NYC.  I have to say that it is carnival of fried food and cheap attractions which seem to cater to the unsuspecting tourist who are looking for a place to take in some local culture while in town.  I am sure most will be disappointed.  The food is carnival food and if you happen to want a beer to go with your burger or sausage you have to stay in a small pen and you cannot walk down the closed street with it.  Uptight rules and crowded spaces make this a decent place to do some twilight street photography - but I'd recommend eating before you go.
Images shot at ISO 1000 with Fujifilm X-Pro1 - usually about 1/125th




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