Scenes from “Onlooking, New York Street Photography” Mircea Nicolescu, Bucharest, Romania

Scenes from “Onlooking, New York Street Photography” Mircea Nicolescu, Bucharest, Romania

Courtesy of photographer Mircea Nicolescu, we’re sharing some scenes from Onlooking, New York Street Photography, his just opened show in Bucharest, Romania.

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Scenes from Onlooking, Visitors waiting to enter

A strong turnout. Visitors prepared to enter the exhibit.

Many of the pictures represent what Nicolescu saw during his walks around Roosevelt Island. This bit of ironic whimsey gave Romanian crowds a sense of how the local community represents its own slice of New York City.

The exhibit was set up with an uncrowded look, allowing unhurried enjoyment of the work.

Roosevelt Island as host to the varieties of human life.

On the Roosevelt Island Pier, a unique expression.

A perfect capture of Manhattanhenge on a summer evening in FDR Four Freedoms State Park. Sun pours down the Manhattan streets.

Scenes from Onlooking, Central Park

An image as sunset stretches shadows across the park.

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