4/9/2014 24th Street and 6th Avenue, Chelsea, Manhattan, New York City. A woman and her ball. I assume she’s returning from or going to her ball exercise class. Perhaps she’s delivering the ball. Personally, I think carrying this ball through the busy street of New York is sufficient exercise. Either way, you can best believe I was grateful to have such photo-worthy matter served up — it almost gave me whiplash. 

Kodak 120 Tmax 400 black and white film.

4/9/2014 24th Street and 6th Avenue, Chelsea, Manhattan, New York City. A woman and her ball. I assume she’s returning from or going to her ball exercise class. Perhaps she’s delivering the ball. Personally, I think carrying this ball through the busy street of New York is sufficient exercise. Either way, you can best believe I was grateful to have such photo-worthy matter served up — it almost gave me whiplash.

Kodak 120 Tmax 400 black and white film.

4/9/2014 Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York City, West 12th Street. Father and Son on a custom made bicycle built for two. I nominate this man for Father-of-The-Year! 

Kodak 120 Tmax 400 black and white film.

4/9/2014 Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York City, West 12th Street. Father and Son on a custom made bicycle built for two. I nominate this man for Father-of-The-Year!

Kodak 120 Tmax 400 black and white film.

Top: 4/9/2014 How much is that doggy in the window? 6th Avenue, Manhattan, New York City.

Bottom: 4/12/2014 Pup puppet puppeteer, the man with the dog on a string, Washington Square Park, Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York City.

Kodak 120 Tmax 400 black and white film.

4/10/2014 Haves and have-nots. Park Avenue, 60’s, Manhattan, New York City.

Kodak 120 Tmax 400 black and white film.

4/10/2014 Haves and have-nots. Park Avenue, 60’s, Manhattan, New York City.

Kodak 120 Tmax 400 black and white film.

4/2/2014 West 4th Street and 6th Avenue, Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York City. Inside the Nomad Truck — a cool vintage clothing store on wheels — or as their card reads, “NOMAD THE WANDERING FASHION BOUTIQUE.” http://thenomadtruck.com

Kodak 120 black and white Tmax 400 film.

4/2/2014 West 4th Street and 6th Avenue, Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York City. Inside the Nomad Truck — a cool vintage clothing store on wheels — or as their card reads, “NOMAD THE WANDERING FASHION BOUTIQUE.” http://thenomadtruck.com

Kodak 120 black and white Tmax 400 film.

Top: 3/10/2014 Mother with kids crosses 42nd Street between 7th and 8th Avenues, New York City, near Times Square.

Bottom: 3/10/2014 Mother, daughter and aunt on Prince Street, near West Broadway, New York City.

Kodak 120 black and white Tmax 400 film.

Top: 3/11/2014 Woodside, Queens, New York City

Bottom: 3/16/2014 Astoria, Queens, New York City

Kodak 120 black and white Tmax 400 film

1971 I still remember the day the word spread like wildfire through our Brooklyn neighborhood that the great Walt Frazier of the New York Knicks was visiting a local custom shirt maker. It was near the corner of Coney Island Avenue and Avenue R.

Top photo shows Walt Frazier next to his Rolls Royce surrounded by admiring fans. Upper left corner is my childhood friend Scott Lustig.

Bottom photo shows Walt Frazier inside his Rolls Royce as he drives away while twirling a basketball in his right hand.

Kodak Tri-X 35mm film. Honeywell Pentax Spotmatic with 50mm Super Takumar 1.4 lens.

4/1/2014 I call this photo man and dog. The photo depicts the scene after a homeless person left their dog and their belongings while they took a bathroom break or something. 14th Street and 2nd Avenue, East Village, Manhattan, New York City.

Kodak 120 black and white Tmax 400 film.

4/1/2014 I call this photo man and dog. The photo depicts the scene after a homeless person left their dog and their belongings while they took a bathroom break or something. 14th Street and 2nd Avenue, East Village, Manhattan, New York City.

Kodak 120 black and white Tmax 400 film.

4/2/2014 IFC Theater, Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York City — featuring the new documentary movie: Finding Vivian Maier.

Kodak 120 black and white Tmax 400 film.

4/2/2014 IFC Theater, Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York City — featuring the new documentary movie: Finding Vivian Maier.

Kodak 120 black and white Tmax 400 film.