Evening in NYC. During a rain most people are looking to get home or just inside somewhere. Anyone out and about is hunkered under an umbrella and looking down at the pavement to avoid those lakes that form at intersections. It is at these times that I find myself virtually alone, constantly looking up and out. I'm usually soaked and my biggest concern is keeping my camera relatively dry. I am most proud to proclaim that I do not have sense enough to come in out of the rain.
Just one of the many Amtrak power stations along the Harrisburg to NYC route. I've enjoyed working with the images from this visit. The return trip was primarily during the golden hour. Lots of great shadows and that magnificent amber light.
This is a painting of the old RCA Victor Building, later named the General Electris Building after GE bought RCA. On a recent visit to New York I was afforded this magnificent viewfrom my hotel window. Art Deco at its most lavish.