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Friday, January 11, 2013

Foot Traffic, on Sixth Avenue

Sixth Avenue, nyc
Photo by myself on Sixth Avenue, around 35th Street in Midtown.

A typical view down a typical avenue, during the day.

I would say this is a typical 'non-rush hour' view, meaning that you can see spaces to either side of people. People wearing their wintry gear and ear buds. People of all different ethnicities and ages.

People, people, people.

As usual, there is scaffolding in the background. Rush hour crowds are easily 3x more crowded than the photo above.

Happy Friday, everyone!

Related posts: The Crowds on Lower Broadway, Across the Crowded Sidewalk, in Midtown, and The Daily Madness, Outside Madison Square Garden.


Andy said...

I live in very, very small city. If I had this many people around me I would feel closed in.


s.c said...

But I can look for hours at this kind of pictures. As always fascinated by the way people look. Thanks for showing.

biebkriebels said...

A nice picture, everybody wrapped up warm, would love to walk there.

Kitty said...

Hi Andy

I used to live in a small town, where sometimes you would run into another person on the sidewalk (!). NYC took some getting used to, so I understand.

Mark says that people like looking at other people (in photos), so I guess he's right. I agree, it is cool to see what people are wearing and their expressions.

Hi Bieb
Ha yes, everyone is bundled up! It's not nearly as cold as it used to be, but even so.

SRQ said...

Nice slice of life capture. I'm pleasantly surprised to see some smiles in your photo. Have a good Friday!

Pierre BOYER said...

Best regards from Paris...


Ken Mac said...

all the happy campers !