the English sparrow is an introduced species in New York, but I have always felt love for them. They stick it out here in the freezing cold and boiling summer. This little guy was looking for a meal after a blizzard.
This is the bridge between the ambulance building and the first New York Hospital. The hospital is on the right and is now residential dwellings as is the ambulance building. The street lures photographers, but this is my own corner. Harrison is in the background.
The day after the day after and New York was back to business. I walked up to 23rd street. The utter bleakness of the afternoon was interesting for me. Something we see all the time and that I wanted to record.
Grace Church is at 802 Broadway, up from 10th Street. When I first moved back to NYC from London I bought an etching press from Mr. Charles Brand, whose shop was in a basement on 10th Street. It was a piece of Old New York, now gone, but the Church lives on.
I love the city at twilight when it's not black yet but all the lights come on, especially when everything is wet from melting snow. This is Soho and Broadway, NYC. The building at the end is the Woolworth building with it's copper turret. There is great romance in this city.