There is a considerable amount of depth in this portrait. The light reads an almost ethereal quietness which in juxtaposition of the Bowery – is a rare moment. This same juxtaposition is matched in her face – soft yet aggressive.This coupled with her ensemble, and the perfect timing of the cross walk… leaves for one of the most memorable photos I have seen.
A bright sunny day on the Bowery. I'm not one of those NewYorkers nostalgic for its darker, grittier past. Sure, it nurtured the Punk rock scene with CBGB, but; like a rebellious teen, it was time to grow up.
great look! the simple outfit with that very colorful watch is really a smart splash. though, next time get the sandals a half size up. (i wear a ladies size 11 so i totally get it can be harder to find but it ends up being worth the effort.)
I think it's a Nixon watch. I have it in white, and I saw a pic on Man Repeller up close with it in other colours, so I think that's what it is. They have a lovely simple face but with the large size and summer-y strap.
god almighty, i can't get over the fact that it is so summery in this pic. here in the netherlands we are still waiting for summer to start (i mean real summer, not the half sunny, windy, long sleeved t-shirts days we've been having..)
i'm beginning to wonder wether it is not just masochist to allow myself to be so inspired by all these summer outfits (Capri! LA! Paris!) when it is jeans-and- jackets-summer here, yet again.