A Modern Shopper on the Ascent

A Modern Shopper on the Ascent

Time Warner Center, New York City.

An Escalating Moment

An Escalator Moment

Time Warner Center, New York City.

Waiting For A Charge

The Time Warner Center is a popular place to hang out and lean against a column. There is an  available electrical outlet to charge a mobile phone. The charger and wire are just visible near the man's feet

The Time Warner Center is a popular place to hang out and lean against a column. There is an available electrical outlet to charge a mobile phone. The charger and wire are just visible near the man’s feet.


Fujifilm X100T

Elevated Shopping

Multilevel shopping opportunities at the atrium of the Time-Warner Center on Columbus Circle in New York City

Multilevel shopping opportunities at the atrium of the Time-Warner Center on Columbus Circle in New York City


Fujifilm X100T

In Separate Worlds

Time-Warner Center, New York City

Time-Warner Center, New York City


Ricoh GR

The Boss

The Boss

Olympus E-M5 with the m.Zuiko 17mm f1.8 lens”

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A Slice of Life in Silhouette

Silhouettes of people at the Time-Warner Center, New York City.

Silhouettes of people at the Time-Warner Center, New York City.


Ricoh GR

The Heights of Shopping

Time Warner Center, New York City.

Time Warner Center, New York City.


Ricoh GR

Reflective Shopping

Time Warner Center, New York City.

Time Warner Center, New York City.


Ricoh GR

An Escalation of Winter Romance

Winter romance on the escalator of the Time-Warner Center in New York City.

Winter romance on the escalator of the Time-Warner Center in New York City.


Ricoh GR

Power-Texting

Texting while getting a charge at the Time Warner Center in New York City.

Texting while getting a charge at the Time Warner Center in New York City.


Olympus OM-D with the m.Zuiko 17mm f1.8 lens.

Curiosity

Adam and a curious boy  at the Time-Warner Center in New York City

Adam and a curious boy at the Time-Warner Center in New York City


Olympus OM-D with the m.Zuiko 17mm f1.8 lens.

Dreaming of an Exotic Beach

Time Warner Center, New York City

Time Warner Center, New York City


Olympus OM-D with an m.Zuiko 17mm f1.8 lens.

Time-Warner Levels

Escalator at the Time Warner Center on Columbus Circle in New York City.

Escalator at the Time Warner Center on Columbus Circle in New York City.


Olympus OM-D with an m.Zuiko 9-18mm f4-5.6 lens.

An Escalation of Passion

Romance on the escalator at the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle in New York City.

Romance on the escalator at the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle in New York City.


Olympus OM-D with an m.Zuiko 9-18mm f4-5.6 lens.

Time-Warner Lines

Escalator at the Time Warner Center on Columbus Circle in New York City.

Escalator at the Time Warner Center on Columbus Circle in New York City.


Olympus OM-D with an m.Zuiko 9-18mm f4-5.6 lens.

The Rest Break continues

Time-Warner Center, New York City.

Time-Warner Center, New York City.


Olympus OM-D with the Lumix 14mm f2.5 lens.

The Rest Break

Young woman on her lunch break outside the Time Warner Central in New York City

Young woman on her lunch break outside the Time Warner Central in New York City


Olympus OM-D with the Lumix 14mm f2.5 lens.

Columbus’ Holiday View

Time-Warner Center seen from the Discover Columbus exhibit on Columbus Circle in New York City.

Time-Warner Center seen from the Discover Columbus exhibit on Columbus Circle in New York City.


Canon S100.

Waiting for Customers

The Center Bar at the Time-Warner Center on Columbus Circle in New York City

The Center Bar at the Time-Warner Center on Columbus Circle in New York City


Olympus OM-D with the Lumix 12-35mm f2.8 lens.

Texting among the Stars

Time-Warner Center, New York City.

Time-Warner Center, New York City.


Panasonic G3 with the Lumix 35-100 mm f2.8 lens.

The Stars of Time-Warner

Time-Warner Center seen from the Discover Columbus exhibit on Columbus Circle in New York City.

Time-Warner Center seen from the Discover Columbus exhibit on Columbus Circle in New York City.


Canon S100.

A Walk in Time-Warner Deep Space

Time-Warner Center, New York City.

Time-Warner Center, New York City.


Olympus OM-D with a Lumix G Vario 14-45/f3.5-5.6 lens.

Time-Warner Twins

The Time-Warner Center twin towers and the Museum of Art and Design at Columbus Circle.

The Time-Warner Center twin towers and the Museum of Art and Design at Columbus Circle.


Olympus OM-D with a Lumix G Vario 14-45/f3.5-5.6 lens.

Say Cheese……

Photographing Fernando Botero's Adam at The Time Warner Center, New York City.

Photographing Fernando Botero’s Adam at The Time Warner Center, New York City.


Olympus OM-D with the Lumix 20mm f1.7 lens.

A Time-Warner Tweet

Young woman texting at the Time-Warner Center.

Young woman texting at the Time-Warner Center.


Olympus OM-D with a Lumix G Vario 14-45/f3.5-5.6 lens

Shopping in style with transportation to go…

Seen at the Time-Warner Center, New York City.

Seen at the Time-Warner Center, New York City.


Olympus OM-D with the m.Zuiko 45mm f1.8 lens.

Time-Warner Bakery

Time-Warner Center, New York City.

Time-Warner Center, New York City.


One more with my 35 year-old Olympus Trip 35 on Fuji Superia 400 film.

Time-Warner’s Dance of Silhouettes

Silhouettes in the atrium of the Time-Warner Center on Columbus Circle in New York City

Silhouettes in the atrium of the Time-Warner Center on Columbus Circle in New York City


Olympus “Pen” E-p2 with the Lumix 20mm f1.7 lens.

Warped Space

Time-Warner Center, New York City.

Time-Warner Center, New York City.


Olympus E-p2 with a Lumix 8mm fish-eye.

Jazz

Time-Warner Center, New York City.

Time-Warner Center, New York City.


Olympus E-p2 with a Lumix 8mm fish-eye.

Gravity

Trump International Tower and the Time-Warner Center orbit the globe at Columbus Circle, New York City.

Trump International Tower and the Time-Warner Center orbit the globe at Columbus Circle, New York City.


Olympus E-p2 with a Lumix 8mm fish-eye.

In the Shadow of Dali

Young woman and her cellphone in the shadows of a Salvador Dali sculpture in the atrium of the Time-Warner Center, New York City

Young woman and her cellphone in the shadows of a Salvador Dali sculpture in the atrium of the Time-Warner Center, New York City


Olympus Pen E-p2 with the Lumix 14mm f2.5 lens.

Aiming at Eve

The filming of Botero's "Eve" at the Time-Warner Center in New YOrk City

The filming of Botero’s “Eve” at the Time-Warner Center in New YOrk City


Olympus “Pen” E-p2 with the Lumix 14mm f2.8 lens.

Time-Warner reflections

a mannequin watching the world go by in the Time-Warner Center; New York City

a mannequin watching the world go by in the Time-Warner Center; New York City


Olympus “Pen” E-p2 with the Lumix 14mm f2.8 lens.

Persistence of Memory

Sculpture "Persistance of Memory" by Salvador Dali in the atrium of the Time Warner Center; New York City

Sculpture “Persistance of Memory” by Salvador Dali in the atrium of the Time Warner Center; New York City


Olympus “Pen” E-p2 with the Lumix 14mm f2.8 lens.

Woman Aflame

Woman Aflame by Salvador Dali (1980). Time Warner Center.

Woman Aflame by Salvador Dali (1980). Time Warner Center.


Olympus 35 SP rangefinder, Fuji Superia 400 converted to BW.

The Surrealist Piano

Surrealist Piano - Salvador Dali. (first conceived in 1954, first cast in 1984) Time-Warner Center, New York City.

Surrealist Piano – Salvador Dali. (first conceived in 1954, first cast in 1984)
Time-Warner Center, New York City.


Olympus 35SP, Fuji Superia 400 converted to BW.

A Dali High Five

"Homage to Terpischore" - Salvadore Dali. First conceived in 1977 and cast in 1984.  Terpsichore is one of the famed nine Mythological muses. In creating his version of the muse of dance, Terpsichore, Dalí uses a reflected image, setting the soft, carnal muse against the hardened, statuesque one. The lack of definition in both faces clearly underlines the purely symbolic significance of these figures. The dancer with the smooth and classical form represents Grace and the unconscious, while the other angular, cubist figure represents the ever growing and chaotic rhythm of modern life.

“Homage to Terpischore” – Salvadore Dali. First conceived in 1977 and cast in 1984.
Terpsichore is one of the famed nine Mythological muses. In creating his version of the muse of dance, Terpsichore, Dalí uses a reflected image, setting the soft, carnal muse against the hardened, statuesque one. The lack of definition in both faces clearly underlines the purely symbolic significance of these figures. The dancer with the smooth and classical form represents Grace and the unconscious, while the other angular, cubist figure represents the ever growing and chaotic rhythm of modern life.


Olympus XA, Fuji Superia 400

A World of Sky Scrapers

The Time-Warner Center, the Globe and Trump International Tower on Columbus Circle, New York City.

The Time-Warner Center, the Globe and Trump International Tower on Columbus Circle, New York City.


Olympus Pen E-p2 and a M.Zuiko 9-18mm 1:4-5.6 lens @9mm/f22.

Adam on Display

Botero's "Adam" at the Time Warner Center.

Botero’s “Adam” at the Time Warner Center.


Olympus OM-4T, Zuiko 50mm f1.4, Fuji Superia 800.

Time Warner abstract

Time-Warner Center

Time-Warner Center


The architecture of the Time-Warner Center on Columbus Circle in New York City continues to fascinate me. This is a scene at the top floor of the artrium, taken on Fuji Superia 800 film with my Olympus 4Ti and a Zuiko 50mm f1.4 lens.

Time-Warner Boogie Woogie

Architectural detail at the Time-Warner building on Columbus Circle, New York City.

Architectural detail at the Time-Warner building on Columbus Circle, New York City.


Olympus OM-4T and a Zuiko 50mm f1.4 lens on Fuji Superia 800 film.

Under a Heart of Light

Time-Warner Center

Time-Warner Center


I was struck by the heart-shaped light hovering over the waiting person. It created a somewhat supernatural effect in a noir image.
Olympus Stylus Epic, 35mm f2.8, Fuji Superia 400.