STREET ART PHOTOGRAPHY. (PART TWO.)
After one of my recent blog post called “Street Art Photography” that can be seen at the following link if you missed it.: https://jpegimagephotography.com/2012/09/17/street-art-photography/
Let just say that I found more interesting artwork during one of my many travels around Brooklyn, New York and they are worth taking a look at. For they all bring a personality to the neighborhoods that they are in. All are very colorful and quite unique which brightens up city streets that can be often referred to as a concrete jungle.
One of the things about New York City that I enjoy is all the interesting items that one can find during ones travels. The photos below are a perfect example of that. Granted you could go into Manhattan to find such artwork.
But Brooklyn is the most populous of New York City’s five boroughs, with approximately 2.5 million residents, and the second-largest in area. As well is my home borough, so you could say that I do favor it the most. As well you could find other such great street art in the Bronx, New York, (Manhattan) Queens and Staten Island as well that are all worth exploring and checking out.
For one of the best ways to explore New York City is to just walk around town and see what each area has to offer. A walking tour of New York City is a must do item if one does come to visit the city.
In case you was wondering. The photos that were taken during my travels, were taken with a Canon EOS 600 D camera. With a Canon EF-S lens 18-55 mm 1:3.5-5.6 IS II macro 0.25m/0.8 ft. equipped with a Hoya HMC UV 58mm lens filter. The weather conditions on this day was cloudy with limited sun light.