Never Closed

Chelsea Market, West 15th Street, The Tippler entrance

Chelsea pop-up shop at night.

(2 photos) Wandering the streets of Chelsea in New York City, I was excited to put my Fuji X100T through some nighttime paces. It didn’t disappoint! The first shot is outside “The Tippler,” a bar in the basement of Chelsea Market; the second is of a pop-up shop selling men’s and women’s jewelry. Shout out to my son, Ryan, who took me and his dad around this great neighborhood (and who — surprise! — I caught in the first photo ).

Fuji X100T, fixed 23mm f/2.0 lens, 1/60 sec @ f/2.0, ISO 3200

40 thoughts on “Never Closed

  1. That first shot conveys a lot of the excitement of city night life. Funny how similar photos can be dark and sinister, or full of light and energy, depending on the treatment. Lovely photos, Stacy.

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  2. Stacy, I’m going crazy- though some might argue I took that trip a long time ago. I know I commented on these photos but there’s nothing here. Did you post these somewhere else? Have you heard from me recently?

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  3. I am soaking in your NY shots like photosynthesis, if I soak up enough I will be there. thanks again for some more lovely street shots! Is that a restaurant on wheels?

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    • It definitely does, Patti! As far as returning, I have the chance to come up for an overnight next week 🙂 Probably a total of 24 hours, but I’ll take it!! There’s also the possibility of mid-September when Leanne Cole from Australia comes to the city via San Francisco. Do you know of Leanne? She’s a wonderful landscape photographer and her Monochrome Madness Challenge was where I first tried my hand at black and white photography 🙂

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