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Times Square, New York City, Winter Late Afternoon Fine Art Photography Print


Times Square Winter Late Afternoon

Fine art photography print by Deborah Julian

A Times Square Winter late afternoon swells… On some days at certain hours, Times Square seems like the center of the universe. Crowds, even in January, swell and move like currents in a sea.

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I caught this scene before it got dark and the lights and action billboards take over, on a cold winter afternoon. It kept the attention on the people, flowing like bump rivers in opposite directions

“Times Square has changed so much in recent years, I never know what I’m going to see. You can almost get dizzy looking around.

“In this picture of Times Square, I tried to capture the commotion, energy and fun of the best known crossroads in the world in one compact image. Visitors blend into a human canvas of colors and shapes as they mingle in the intersections of our pedestrian-friendly city.”

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Times Square Winter Late Afternoon is an 8 1/2 X 11 inch giclee print, created on archival quality Epson paper. Original photography by Deborah Julian. Prints signed on the white border beneath the image.

All prints created in her workshop. No outsourcing. Deborah Julian is an established New York City artist. Her work sells on Etsy, Amazon and WordPress.

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Times Square Winter Late Afternoon Fine Art Print

8 1/2 X 11 inch giclee print, direct from the artist, using her original photography. Domestic shipping in the U.S. is free. Shipped USPS, Priority Mail, within 2 days of your order. Satisfaction 100% guaranteed with full refund.


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