Never too boldly declare winter in New York to be “over” any time before April. You’ll probably be wrong. Every self-respecting New Yorker know this, so I guess I’m just putting it out there for recent transplants and tourists. To bolster my assertion, I present to you a series of photos made during an early March snowstorm. Shot on Ilford HP5+ (a 400 speed film that I shot at an exposure index of 1600 and pushed processed in Ilford Microphen), the enhanced contrast matches the dreary, harried mood of the city on that blustery day.
This is “Dark Winter.”
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