It’s been awhile since I posted anything from my collection of iPhone photos. They’ve pretty much been living on my phone for the last year, so I thought I’d put together something a little more comprehensive than a few scattered photos here and there.
Anyway, here’s a little indulgence for my artistic and spontaneous sides.
After a whirlwind trip to DC and back for Christmas, I stopped off in New York to grab a quick bite with an old friend of mine in Chelsea, as well as to give my brain a rest from dealing with near-horizontal rain and crazy holiday traffic.
So much rain over the weekend, so I didn’t get many opportunities to make any pictures outdoors, save for these iPhone photos.
12.26.2009 — NEW YORK — 16th Street and 9th Avenue. This pedestrian signal makes my head want to explode.
12.26.2009 — NEW YORK — This storefront display at the Moschino Boutique on 14th Street pretty much sums up my thoughts on Christmas and the holiday season in general.
Basically a tie-in app for his book on iPhone photography, The Best Camera is the One That’s With You, it really speaks to theme of the book in that a camera is only good as it is convenient and in your hands. Came in real handy for me, as I always had it with me to celebrate the end of my buddy PJ’s bachelor hood.
Here are some of the rated-G selects for those of you haven’t seen my facebook newsfeed from the weekend…
The Man of the Hour, Mr. PJ Cheng.
Jersey gets a bad rap sometimes. This is the view from Battery Park, across the street from our hotel.
And the morning light from the inside of our hotel. The Battery Park Embassy Suites gets two thumbs up!