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Monday, January 3, 2011

Across the Crowded Sidewalk, in Midtown

Crowd
Photo by myself around 54th Street and Fifth Avenue, in Midtown.

Fifth Avenue can literally become a sea of people.

People stream down the sidewalk, while others cross the street from another direction. It is orchestrated mayhem.

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For many of us, Monday after the holiday means back to the working routine.

Ah!!!!!!

Happy Monday, everyone!

Related posts: Madge + Macy's = Mayhem, The Daily Madness, Outside Madison Square Garden and Fighting the Crowds, in Midtown.

9 comments:

Olivier said...

une mer de personnes, bien trouve comme image

John O. Roy said...

Nice capture! I love crosswalks. I hold my camera out and take countless pictures while I walk across the street

Susu Paris Chic said...

It is lovely to start routines again too! Every day life is where the true gold is found! Love to have your as a blogger friend!

Ken Mac said...

i like that one girl looking straight at you. re my pic, I'd never heard of Banksy til you told me! I posted that same shot back when and you IDed if for me...

Louis la Vache said...

«Louis» is surprised they aren't all carrying SPF 40 sunscreen given the news reports of you summer-like winter thus far...NOT!

Brenda's Arizona said...

Mondays... the sun makes it tolerable. Like Ken Mac, I like the girl looking back at ya. Nice shot - holding the camera up WAY HIGH? or are you just REALLY TALL?

Joanne said...

Oh My God! And that is a normal day.....

Kitty said...

Thanks Olivier!

Hi John
Aren't crosswalks fun? You see such an assortment of people all at once. Love it.

Susu, I feel the same way.
So glad to know there is a kindred spirit across the seas.

Hi Ken
Well, Banksy is a relatively recent phenom and not known to a ton of people. Glad you spotted his work!

Hi Louis
I know you don't believe in global warming. I think it suffers from an incorrect name. Should be called 'climate change' that refers less to 'warming' than changes to the ozone layer.

Hi Brenda!
I was actually standing on top of a low wall, so I had a higher vantage point. Great that you noticed that!

Ha, Joanne!
Yes, it's probably a bit more busy during holiday time but in general, this area is very crowded. Not for the faint of heart

andreavassphotography.com said...

That looks crazy busy...!