It’s odd that I have so few pictures of this very common gesture…
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Photographing NYC for 25 years, six of them while driving a New York City taxi. Trying very hard to capture the city as life unfolds, meaning I never stage any of my photos! Also I am a close confidant of the immortal Dave Beckerman, (quintessential NYC photographer) and owner of the first photography blog in the known universe.
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You’d think someone walking around dressed as Elvis would be accustomed to getting their photo taken. You’d think they’d like getting it taken too.
Yes, he would seem to crave attention, and if he hadn’t been so rude, the picture would have been boring and not posted here…
A dwarf Elvis.
I got angry the first time someone gave me the gesture. I find it funny now.
Times Square already reminds me too much of Vegas. I’ve never understood why everyone complains that it’s been Disneyfied. It screams Vegas…and the last thing I want to see in NYC are Elvis impersonators walking the streets.
Back in ’92 I was in Vegas for about an hour, and I had to leave…I found it incredibly depressing, of course I don’t gamble…