I love shooting through windows into stores. The street reflections give the image a busy bouncy city feel.
He sells his newspapers on the corner of Charles and Beacon streets in Boston to raise money for the homeless. These guys are all over Boston and they are VERY good salesmen. I always enjoy talking to them. He didn’t want to smile because he didn’t have many teeth.
Not much to say about this except everybody on the ice today was having a VERY good time.
Bobby’s begging spot is in the doorway of the Starbucks on the corner of Beacon and Charles Streets, Boston. He’s a quiet soft-spoken guy with what looks to me like a big drinkers nose. I like him better than the aggressive little firebrand Michael who used to claim that corner.
This photo was taken through a plate glass store window of a new shop that is opening on Charles Street in Boston’s Back Bay. The glass and some editing in Nik’s Color Effects Pro 4 created this look. There was on adding of other images to create this effect.To me the result looks almost like a mosaic.
This photo started out as a quick grab shot of a FedEx guy ringing a doorbell, trying to make a delivery. It was only later I saw his enormous stretched earlobe. Needless to say this provided some “snap” to an otherwise pretty normal photograph. As an additional point of inerest, you can see my shadow in the lower left of the image.
This photograph was taken in the Porter Square subway station Cambridge, Mass. When the trains let out, the long escalators are filled with travelers. There is a great mural of old fashioned trains on the ceiling over the people. I very much liked the conrast between old and new modes of transportation.