Seen on East 81st Street, New York City.
Olympus E-P1 with the m.Zuiko 17mm f1.8 lens
Fire escapes on 8th Avenue and 56th street, New York City.
Olympus OM-1 with the Zuiko 50mm f1.4 lens on Fuji Superia 400 film.
Fire escapes on Third Avenue near 76th street in New York City
Panasonic G3 with the Lumix 20mm f1.7 lens
Soho (probably near Prince Street and Broadway)
Fire escapes in Soho, New York City.
Fire escapes on Duane Street in New York City
Lumix G3 with a 14-42mm f3.5-5.6 Panasonic lens.
Girl on fire escape along the Highline Park
Lumix G3 with the 20mm f1.7 lens.
Trying to grow a bit of color. Tribecca, New York City.
It is always very touching to see people’s effort to try to get a bit of color into their world, such as this man carefully watering some plants in the window of a very colorless apartment building in Tribecca, New York City.
Fire escapes on Third Anenue at 88th street.
Typical old New York City fire escapes painted in patriotic colors.
Taken with the Olympus Pen E-p1 and the kit 14-42mm lens @ 42mm.
I took this from street level and corrected the perspective in photoshop.
A fire hydrant in patriotic colors and shadows of a fire escape on 82nd street and Second Avenue in New York City.
The intense red and the strong shadows of the fire escape caught my attention and combined with this patriotic fire hydrant, I could not resist taking a shot with my Olympus Trip 35. The sharp Zuiko 40mm lens gave me a perfect perspective, but a square format seemed more pleasing to me in this case, so I cropped the image.
Fire escapes on building at the north-east corner of 81st and 3rd.
The fire escapes in the bright morning sun cast some very strong shadows on this four story green building on 81st street and Third Avenue. I took this picture from street level with my Olympus E-p1 and the 17mm pancake lens, which gave me an angled view. I changed the perspective in photoshop to straighten it out.