Wednesday, March 08, 2006

New York

I recently unearthed a trove of photos that were taken in New York City back around the turn of the century that I have just transferred into the new Macintosh. Thought it would be fun to display a few for your viewing pleasure. NYC is a great subject for photography.
Mike's Diner in Astoria, Queens


Subway beatnik scum


Backwoods of Central Park


John the Baptist at the Metropolitan Museum


Polish market in Greenpoint, Brooklyn


4:20 in the morning on the N train


High above Queens



The Hellgate Bridge

6 comments:

Audie said...

Great pics, beamis! Always a pleasure.

Max said...

It's amazing how things didn't even look that different back then.

beamis said...

It was only six years ago.

Max said...

Beamis, my comment was tongue in cheek.

Devastatin' Dave said...

I don't know? I think you thought he meant 1900.

Max said...

You caught me, DD. It was the retro fashion in the photos that threw me off.