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I Feel Bad About My Neck
humansofnewyork:

Photographed this man a few months ago. Saw him again on the subway last night. I generally try not to photograph anyone twice, but, well—look at him.

This could not have been a better photo even if it had been intended to look this way.

humansofnewyork:

Photographed this man a few months ago. Saw him again on the subway last night. I generally try not to photograph anyone twice, but, well—look at him.


This could not have been a better photo even if it had been intended to look this way.

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humansofnewyork:

“Is that a quote you’ll stand in front of?”“Absolutely.”

humansofnewyork:

“Is that a quote you’ll stand in front of?”
“Absolutely.”

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humansofnewyork:

Due to my propensity to ask people to pose in the street, I just had the unique experience of being yelled at by Alec Baldwin’s mother (left). Which, incidentally, gave me a really interesting glimpse into the life of Alec Baldwin.UPDATE: This is Elaine Stritch, Broadway legend, who PLAYS Alec Baldwin’s mother. On 30 Rock.

humansofnewyork:

Due to my propensity to ask people to pose in the street, I just had the unique experience of being yelled at by Alec Baldwin’s mother (left). Which, incidentally, gave me a really interesting glimpse into the life of Alec Baldwin.

UPDATE: This is Elaine Stritch, Broadway legend, who PLAYS Alec Baldwin’s mother. On 30 Rock.

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humansofnewyork:

The city that never sleeps in beds.

humansofnewyork:

The city that never sleeps in beds.

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humansofnewyork:

That mustache is so sikh.

humansofnewyork:

That mustache is so sikh.

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humansofnewyork:

One thing I love about New York is that you pass by all these people with ultra-modern clothing and haircuts, then turn the corner and see someone who looks like he just stepped out of the Ancient World.

humansofnewyork:

One thing I love about New York is that you pass by all these people with ultra-modern clothing and haircuts, then turn the corner and see someone who looks like he just stepped out of the Ancient World.

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humansofnewyork:

The Intersection

humansofnewyork:

The Intersection

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humansofnewyork:

Meet Free. When I first moved to New York, Free lived in my building. He spent most of his time hanging out in the stairwell. I lived on the top floor, so I would always have to pass by him on the way upstairs. 
Free saw himself as King of the Stairwell, and always demanded tribute. He would only let you pass in silence if you stopped for a couple minutes and gave him some nice head scratches. If you did not stop, or only petted him for a few seconds, he would bark wildly when you passed by. 
I’ve long since moved, and it had been awhile since I’d seen Free. But I ran into him on the street yesterday. His owner told me that he’s in bad health— so he asked me to take a nice photograph. 

humansofnewyork:

Meet Free. When I first moved to New York, Free lived in my building. He spent most of his time hanging out in the stairwell. I lived on the top floor, so I would always have to pass by him on the way upstairs. 

Free saw himself as King of the Stairwell, and always demanded tribute. He would only let you pass in silence if you stopped for a couple minutes and gave him some nice head scratches. If you did not stop, or only petted him for a few seconds, he would bark wildly when you passed by. 

I’ve long since moved, and it had been awhile since I’d seen Free. But I ran into him on the street yesterday. His owner told me that he’s in bad health— so he asked me to take a nice photograph. 

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