Sometimes when finding a good photograph you just have to follow that silent inner voice that tells you in which direction to go. I found this shot tucked away in Tudor City, a historic section of New York City. This small statue and plant basin was resting in the center of a small, green metropolitan oasis.
Several weeks ago, I was winding up a day of walking the streets of New York City. It was a lackluster day, one which did not provide any meaningful photographic opportunities. However, just when I had given up at finding anything interesting, I walked down a street in the heart of SoHo, and voila! Just goes to show. One should never give up at finding anything interesting when they are walking the streets of New York City because those opportunities may just be a turn of a corner away. Although the composition is not particularly interesting, the bike cover was too unique to pass on snapping a few shots. It reminds me of a rasta reggae hat.
Street photography is a genre that I have never dabbled in until today. This photo was taken in Union Square Park in New York City.