Wandering the nameless and grid-like streets of New York you feel like a particle trapped in some kind of computersystem. The streets being streams of data rushing relentlessly through the motherboard. On the way to midtown the houses become ever larger and you seem to be more and more irrelevant, a lost particle in a perfectly structured system. After some time you reach the square shaped central park which looks like the green chip on the motherboard.

New York in Winter

Shades of New York

Streets of New York

Icons of New York

Art Deco of New York

City of Glass and Steel

Skies of Manhattan

Portrait of a Friend in NYC

Fast Edit: Streets of NYC in Monochrome

Chess Players in Union Square Park