I do not know for sure if this bike was a daily driver. Or simply a weathered object positioned to provide kitsch in front of a restaurant.
I hesitate to describe the subject of the photograph because I do not want to focus on a subject. I want the image to just exist on it’s own merit.
Directionless, unyielding. The exigencies of commerce manifest in mewling herds. The food is getting cold and soggy. Move.
It’s stern demeanor exclaims. ‘no water for you!’
Yet water litters around in every state.
a fantasia of windswept trash and winter denuded foliage…
careworn, sticker encrusted post. Sentry for the hydrant. Fragrant canine runoff.
It is a heap of Snow. And a really lame fence. Looking rustic and cold.
Oasis in the darkness, of hotdogs. And some pretzels too.
New York Chinatown Lunar New Year celebration. It snowed a little bit.
The gentleman wedged inbetween trains was a happy accident.
I’ve classified this as a B&W photo. However, the sharp eyed may note that there is a hint of blue in some places
Street Merchant, closing up shop for the day.