Observations

Street Photography Exhibit

Black Swan © Leland Bobbé

My image titled Black Swan was one of the  images curated into Fabrik’s 2017 On The Street Photography Competition and will be shown at Fathom Gallery in LA as part of a larger show titled Present But Not Involved, an exhibition of Street Photography. This show will be showing works of over 60 street photographers with images dating back to 1897 through 2017. The show illustrates the evolution in photographic style and technique from the inception of  street photography. April 29-May 27.

Snow Day NYC

 

© Leland Bobbé

Snow Day in New York City. The flatiron building. Classic NYC.

Winter Trees

©Leland Bobbé

The trees speak for themselves.

Times Square Pre-Renovation

 

© Leland Bobbé

 

This shot was taken around 1990 when 42nd street was shut down to get ready for it’s renovation. Before they actually  began the facelift they painted all the buildings these bright colors. It only looked like this for a relatively short time. Next came the Las Disney that it is today.

Photo for a Rainy Wednesday

Black Swan © Leland Bobbé

Black Swan © Leland Bobbé

Black and White Spider Awards

© Leland Bobbé

© Leland Bobbé

Two of my image were nominated in the 2016 Black and White Spider Awards. The one above in the People category and another in the silhouette category. Both are posted on my Facebook page.

NYC Wall Art

© Leland Bobbé

© Leland Bobbé

 

From my NYC Wall Art Series. A bit of Beethoven.

Underground NYC In Creative Boom

© Leland Bobbé

© Leland Bobbé

My Underground NYC in Creative Boom.

 

Underground NYC

 

© Leland Bobbé

© Leland Bobbé

Nor sure exactly what was going on here but it sure was intriguing. One moment in time . . .

On Display at Museum of the City of New York

© Leleand Bobbé

© Leland Bobbé

This is a blog by The Museum of the City of NY about my NYC street photography during the mid 1970’s. Recently 18 of my photos were taken into the permanent collection at the museum. Currently two of them are being shown in a new acquisitions show titled From Teaspoons to Titanic: Recent Acquisitions, on display through December 18th. It’s a wonderful museum, go check it out . . .