#AvoidPollen in New York City
"Those select few through time who are willing to go out into chaos, with some high hopes of interacting with a moment where life will become clarified for them. They can welcome ambiguity and the surreal aspects of this kind of chaos and they will have a moment of clarification." -Joel Meyerowitz from Everybody Street.
Last Wednesday, I left Columbia, SC in an effort to escape the rainstorm of pollen that happens every year around this time. I wasn't sure where I was going, but I knew it would be somewhere north. On Saturday evening I ended up in New York City where I had the opportunity to partake in some exploring with my camera. I spent most of Sunday at the Easter parade but also managed some time to officially introduce myself to New York City street photography, a kind of holy grail for a guy like me. Monday morning it rained, but that's OK.
On Saturday night I rode some trains over to the Palisades in Brooklyn and took in a show from The Downtown Boys (pictured below) and Guerilla Toss.
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