Sunday, 8 February 2015

NYC Subway System by James Aiken

Astoria Boulevard

Astoria Boulevard elevated subway station platform on the 'N' train in New York City.

Not In Service

Looking through the rain splattered window at the empty seats of a subway car that is not in service.

Times Square Station

Entrance to the Times Square - 42nd Street subway station on 7th Avenue in New York City.

Times Square - 42nd St

The open doors of the subway 'N' train show an early morning scene of the Times Square - 42nd Street subway station in New York City.

Track 41 At Grand Central

The track number at Grand Central Terminal in New York City is illuminated by an art deco lamp in vintage black and white.

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About James:

James currently lives and works in the New York City area, a far cry from a childhood in the splendors of rural Vermont. An unabashed introvert, James enjoys observing all that surrounds him without feeling the need to be an integral part of the proceedings. His goal as an artist is to find beauty in the mundane and ordinary, through critical examination and contemplation of the subject, without alteration of the scene... ...And sometimes he just gets lucky by being in the right place at the right time.


- The 'Fine Art America' watermark that is present on each image will NOT appear on the finished print.

- All photography in this portfolio is the original work of James Aiken. All rights reserved. It is for sale, copyrighted to James Aiken, and as such, is protected by all US, and international copyright laws.

- Please feel free to comment, critique, or contact James about any of his work. All feedback is appreciated if it is done in a constructive and considerate manner.

Thank you,
James Aiken

New York, NY - United States

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