I had some fun last weekend spending some time in Chinatown and then at San Gennaro feast in Little Italy, with a group of other NY photographers. Here are some of the pictures I took in Manhattan's Chinatown.
First Shearith Israel Cemetery - Located in Chinatown at St. James Place, just off Chatham Square. Having been built in 1683, this is the oldest Jewish cemetery in New York City.
That's Chinatown... lots of fish for sale.
This obliging store worker holds up a live frog which is for sale. I can't help but feel bad for all the live critters in the barrels... crabs, turtles, frogs, etc.
I like the perspective created by this lampost, and the various lines and angles.
One of New York's Bravest poses with a few fellow photographers here in Chinatown.
It looks like this magazine has fallen between the cracks. Do you think the previous reader left this magazine for someone else to read, or is it simply a case of "stealth litter"? Hmmmmm, deep stuff :}