Waiting for the Light Summer NYC is an 8 1/2 X 11 inch giclee print on archival-quality Epson paper. Ships USPS within two days of your order. FREE SHIPPING IN THE U.S. Photographer: Deborah Julian.
“You can almost read the story on their faces as they wait for the light to change on the steamy hot summer street in Manhattan. I was lucky to get this shot. It was a mix of characters I don’t expect to see, ever again. Although clustered in a group at a crosswalk, not one person connects with any other, not even two young women who have recently shopped together at Victoria’s Secret.”
Summer in New York City
The streets in Manhattan’s Midtown neighborhood are usually very crowded during the summer months. The sidewalks are often packed with people, and the streets are filled with cars and buses. If you’re visiting Midtown during the summer, be prepared for a lot of noise and crowds.
The summer weather in New York City is usually hot and humid. The temperatures can reach into the 90s, and the humidity can make it feel even hotter. There is also a lot of rainfall during the summer months, so be sure to pack your raincoat! If you’re visiting New York City during the summer, be sure to dress for the weather and pack accordingly.