Thursday, April 17, 2014

4 - 17 - 14  Cool day on Fifth Avenue and walked to Urban Outfitters and snapped pixs of two guys who do the visual displays.  Also, saw someone who was dressed with a tie and a guy from Japan that had on a black drapery skirt over his black pants.









Wednesday, April 16, 2014

4 - 16 - 14  In Chelsea today to check out Clayton Patterson's exhibition at The $16 Burger Show at Galerie ABP and snapped a few cool guys in black leather motorcycle jackets and are part of a band.









Monday, April 14, 2014

4 - 14 - 14  Near Grand Central Station, I snapped a pix of Benny, looking sharp in dark yellow pants and suit jacket, super looking dreds, too.  On Second Ave., snapped a pix of Majestic, tall guy and also had neat hair going on, wearing sharp black sneakers.




 

Sunday, April 13, 2014

4 - 13 - 14 On Fifth Avenue, snapped a few locals and others visiting.  From Philadelphia is a black-clad guy in a motorcycle jacket and hat, another from the Dominican Republic and also from Israel, all eclectic.









Saturday, April 12, 2014

4 - 12 - 14  Beautiful, mild, sunny day and walking from the Eastside, where I snapped this guy with blue in his hair and then headed over to the Hell's Kitchen flea market to photographed a few more guys.







Tuesday, April 8, 2014

4 - 8 - 14 Finaly Spring has arrived and brought lots of wind, as I walked on the Westside in the 30's.
The guy in white t-shirt is from Milan, the guy with the Brooklyn black cap is from China, the guy in front of H&M in lots of brown clothing is from Haiti and the rest are locals.
















Sunday, April 6, 2014

4 - 6 - 14  A beautiful, sunny Spring Day, let it continue.  Near Bryant Park, I snapped this guy from Nepal and on Fifth Avenue, wearing a black cap was a guy from Ukraine.  The others are local, including a guy from Brooklyn, looking very Nantucket-like in purple pants and a regular who I usually see in Grand Central Station and I call him the tartan man, with his hair and plaid kilt and hair into a very high point.