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Street Photography — Chinatown or Little Italy, decisions decisions decisions, if we let the wallet decide which way shoud we goStreet Portraits — Meet Divya, a Newyorker with a split passion for numbers and visuals, the perfect skills for a UX designer, methinksVerrazano-Narrows Bridge in NYCEast River Ferry Commuting in NYCStreet Photography — After work there's nothing like going to La Biblioteca in NYCStreet Photography — Sake FTW at Sake, NYCStreet Portraits of Strangers — A couple waiting for a friend at KGB, NYC. All I can say is the Russians did it, if you know what I meanStreet Photography — Subway llooks, connections and transfersStreet Photography — Co-working spaces are such cool places to hang out and get charged with good vibesStreet Photography — To ride Harley-Davidson to work and back is not a bad to commute. That's what this proud Puerto Rican told me as he jumped on his bike. He needs to sleep a little, he will be backStreet Photography — Summer is here in NYC, what are you waiting for to get some sunshine. Any park is good enough to ride your bike and enjoy the wonderful weatherStreet Photography — Woman waiting at Astor Place, NYC 2Street Photography — NYC bike deliveriesStreet Photography — Woman waiting at Astor Place, NYCStreet Photography — A selfie with mom on Mother's Day around Washington Square, NYCStreet Portraits of Strangers — Meet Bomb Cherry, not Cherry Bomb as you might think. Photographer and urban model from NYCStreet Photography — Analog makes me happy. That's what you get from seen Andrea, a Venezuelan participating in film experimental shootStreet Portraits of Strangers — Meet Chilean  UX Designer Montserrat living in NYCStreet Portraits of Strangers — Meet Chilean  artist María P. Vila, who is having an art inauguration this Sunday 1pm to 4pm at 33 East 1st Street.  3Street Portraits of Strangers — Meet Chilean  artist María P. Vila, who is having an art inauguration this Sunday 1pm to 4pm at 33 East 1st Street.  2