Reading corners, NYC

Whicker hanging chair and black & white prints, Waverly Place NYC ©Helen Jones-Florio
Waverly Place, NYC ©Helen Jones-Florio

 

My favourite reading corner. I think it’s high time that we get our stuff out of storage. Black and white framed photography prints by the John Edwards. Whicker hanging chair – the best thrift shop find! – Beacon, New York.

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Celebrating Pride 2018 – portraits, Greenwich Village, NYC ©Jason Florio

Portrait of participants in New York City's 2013 Gay Pride parade, walking through Greenwich Village ©Jason Florio / ReduxPictures, NYC
Portraits ©Jason Florio/ Redux Pictures – New York City’s Gay Pride parade, walking through Greenwich Village.

 

Celebrating Pride, 2018 – diversity and freedom

 

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Portraits ©Jason Florio/ Redux Pictures -  New York City's Gay Pride parade, walking through Greenwich Village.
Portraits ©Jason Florio/ Redux Pictures – New York City’s Gay Pride parade, Greenwich Village.

Friday Photo: ‘Canners’, 6th Ave, NYC

BAG MAN NYC 2010
‘Canners’ – metal is cash – a man collects tin cans, 6th Ave, New York City © Helen Jones-Florio

 

We saw this man often on 6th Ave, near our apartment, pushing his precariously overloaded, wobbly old shopping cart. One amongst many men, and women, you can see every day on the streets of NYC, heads buried deep into the public trash cans, sifting through, collecting discarded tin cans, bottles, and plastic, in order to reclaim the five cents refundable deposit charged to consumers on purchases of beer, soda, and water containers, in the city. This is often their only means of making a living.

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