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Friday, November 4, 2011

Cheers, from Koreatown

Smiling, NYC
Photo by myself, around 32nd Street and Sixth Avenue, in Koreatown.

A couple of visitors were chatting in Koreatown, the other day. I'm not sure why the woman was smiling, but I'm glad she was looking my way.

This particular block is one of my favorites in Manhattan. It's filled with signs on both sides of the street. There are excellent Korean bbq and tofu restaurants to choose from.

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The above photo was taken with my new little Leica. So far, so good!

Related posts: Snapshot from Koreatown, 32nd Street, On Street Photos in Midtown and Online, and Grinning and Bearing it, on 42nd Street.

6 comments:

s.c said...

On this photo I don't see much korea but perhaps that is not your intention and it is just a urban streetshot. As always nice to see. Strange that a name in a post want you to see things that are related to it.

Seitenstra├če said...

I didn't know there is a Korea town besides Chinatown...

xxx Beatrice

Lily Hydrangea said...

is this taken with the Leica?
You've really captured the light on the chatting couple wonderfully Kitty.

Terry at Blue Kitchen said...

We love Koreatown! At the corner of 32nd and Fifth avenue is Kyochon, with its amazing barbecued chicken wings. I just finished lunch and I could totally eat their wings right now. Also, even though it's getting late in the season, the rooftop bar on the La Quinta hotel has a great view of the Empire State Building. You've got me totally jonesing for a New York visit now, Kitty.

Ken Mac said...

i was there just last night> sorry I missed you Kitty!

RedPat said...

I didn't know you had a Korea town. I like her smile too.