New York Street Photography by Matt Weber

September 21, 2014

42d & 6th Ave 1985

42d-6thAve-1986 copy120 HP5 film for some reason had a mildew issue, at least in my case it did.

©Matt Weber

September 12, 2014

Riverside Park 1996

Riverside=park-matt-weber©Matt Weber

September 6, 2014

“Angels & Dildos” 1989

guardian-angels-matt-weber©Matt Weber

September 5, 2014

59th Street Bridge 1988

edddie-murphy-matt-weber©Matt Weber

42d Street 1993

42dStreet-matt-weber©Matt Weber

August 20, 2014

Taxi Driver 1988

Checker-NIght-taxi-matt-weberMy arch nemesis, The Checker Taxi…

©Matt Weber

August 19, 2014

Tribeca 1987

ground-zero-worldtradecenter-matt-weberAn off balance snap showing the way things had already gone “modern” many years ago…

©Matt Weber

Blood Wedding 1988

theThalia-Matt-weber©Matt Weber

August 15, 2014

“Nadia” Times Sq. 1990

times-square-matt-weber©Matt Weber

August 4, 2014

Lower East Side 1989

13-Smoker-1989 copy©Matt Weber

July 26, 2014

Police Headquarters 1989

police-matt-weberOf course they turned the building into a bunch of condos…

©Matt Weber

July 18, 2014

Field of Dreams

Coney-FieldOfDreams-2010 copy©Matt Weber 2007

July 12, 2014

14th Street & 3d Ave. 1990

14th-Street-Snow-matt-weber©Matt Weber

June 26, 2014

Sutton Place 1987

Sutton-Place-matt-weberThis was a perfect example of how bad things were in New York during the ’80s. Sutton Place is one of the most prestigious addresses in the city and the canopy was like this for months. Even the high rents these “poor” folks paid couldn’t keep their building in tip top shape.

©Matt Weber

June 24, 2014

“The First and Worst Taxi I Ever Drove” 1988

dodge-taxi1988-matt-weber©Matt Weber

# 7 Goes to Heaven 1995

mickey-mantle-dead-matt-weber©Matt Weber

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