Photo by myself, in Soho.
There is a fine line between daytime and night, when stores roll down their doors, people stagger home from the subway, and the bars open up for business.
There are still some cobblestone streets in this neighborhood. Here, you can just barely see the texture of the stones.
The Times continues to offer more tidbits on its website, like photo essays and video. They are all wonderfully shot and edited.
The Metro section has snippets of video on regular New Yorkers. There's a food critic who eats her first dirty water hot dog, a high school student who taught himself over a dozen languages, and a fellow who tap dances on the subway to pay his tuition.
I haven't seen the tap dancer before in real life (yet). He supposedly sticks to the #2 and #3 subway lines and is pretty darned good with his feet:
Related posts: Down Broadway, All Aglow, in Soho, and After the Snow, in Soho.