Fruit Stand

on the Sidewalks of New York

the Sidewalks of New York

While I spend much of my time wandering the streets in New York City admiring the buildings, once in awhile it’s nice to focus on the more natural side of the city. Fruit is nature, right? Even on a fruit stand?

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Comments

  1. Those white peaches look delicious. I like the light in this photo.

  2. Those white peaches look delicious. I like the light in this photo.

  3. I guess that’s the NY version of back to nature. The owner of that stand does respect his produce though!

  4. I guess that’s the NY version of back to nature. The owner of that stand does respect his produce though!

  5. I really like how this is composed giving the rows of fruit depth. Those peaches do look good!

  6. Love this image – the horizontal lines and layers and colors..and so typical of a big-city’s attempt to connect with ‘nature’.

  7. Gandalf says:

    beautiful picture. It captures the neighborhood store that’s been in NY for decades and decades. Those corner stores are long gone in Chicago.

  8. What a great shot! Excellent colors – captures more than just what you see… I can almost smell the fruit from my laptop.

  9. I love white peaches. 🙂

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