Giving a new meaning to street photography

There are many types of photography and if you have slightest bit of interest in this field then this is the article for you. Here you will get the chance of see seeing amazing photographs of the streets of New York by Vivian Maier. She is not that well-known and only came to the lime light when John Maloof discovered her work and got it published in the papers.

The snaps had been developed in black and white, depicting the flashes of the lives of common New Yorkers. If you want to see the images of yester years, of the city, log on to the article now.

May 5, 1955, New York, NY

May 5, 1955, New York, NY

Untitled, 1953

Untitled, 1953

January, 1953, New York, NY

January, 1953, New York, NY

September, 1953, New York, NY

September, 1953, New York, NY

September, 1953, New York, NY

September, 1953, New York, NY

March 18, 1955, New York, NY

March 18, 1955, New York, NY

March, 1954, New York, NY

March, 1954, New York, NY

1954, New York, NY

1954, New York, NY

Christmas Eve of 1953, 78th St & 3rd Ave. New York, NY

Christmas Eve of 1953, 78th St & 3rd Ave. New York, NY

May 28, 1954, New York, NY

May 28, 1954, New York, NY

Undated, New York, NY

Undated, New York, NY

September, 1956, New York, NY

September, 1956, New York, NY

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1953, New York, NY

1953, New York, NY

Jan 26, 1955, Uptown West, New York, NY

Jan 26, 1955, Uptown West, New York, NY

August 12, 1954, New York, NY

August 12, 1954, New York, NY