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Friday, January 20, 2012

The Handshake, in the Village

the handshake
Photo by myself around West 4th Street and Sixth Avenue.

A photo from the stash.

I'm not sure what was going on here....two friends greeted each other with a handshake on the sidewalk.

Apologies for the missed post yesterday. It's been crazy busy here.

Happy Friday everyone!

Related posts: On Lost Icons and the Dakota, All Lit Up, at 72nd Street, and The Look Outside the Dakota.

11 comments:

Andy said...

Undercover cops ;-) Regardless, it's a nice candid shot.

Gunn said...

Nice photo.Love the light in it too.
-HAPPY WEEKEND!

Family Portraits said...

Nice New York Portraits post. I like this post so much.Really informative post. Thanks..

s.c said...

Great shot. Like it

Ribbonnibbler said...

It always nice to New Yorkers be cordial and gentile!

Rose from Oz said...

It's an interesting photo - is it a thank you shake from the fellow on the left? or a nice to meet you shake? or two friends saying hello shake? It's a lovely photo.

Francisca Mattéoli said...

Such an inspiring photo. Thank you for this very special moment.
Francisca Mattéoli www.franciscamatteoli.com/blog/

Banjo52 said...

Wish I knew why the smaller man seems to be looking down shyly, or at least humbly. It adds some drama.

Gosia said...

OMG! I also follow another photoblog of New York by James Maher. Here's his photo of the same guy http://www.jamesmaherphotography.com/photoblog_view_post/689-astor-place-newsman-jerry-delakas

Kitty said...

ha, Gosia, how funny? And he's wearing exactly the same outfit.
This must be his newsstand? I will have to check out the article that James cited in his post.

Thanks so much for making this connection!

Gosia said...

Yes, really a coincidence! it only means NY is small ;)