S T O P !

Uploaded: October 22, 2009

Description

It's interesting to observe others ply their trade, especially when they know what they're doing. This NYC traffic director strikes a commanding figure. The vehicles respond to her whistle toots and gestures as pedestrians watch and wait for her signal that it's their turn to GO.

Exif: F Number: 4.5, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 10/2000 seconds, Flash: did not fire., ISO: 640, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 70.00 mm, Model: NIKON D200

Comments

Michelle Alton October 22, 2009

You are REALLY getting the classic shots these days, Joe! Super work! These folks must have noticed you standing there with your camera, but they don't seem to care. #1195141

Brett Dolsen October 25, 2009

Another great NYC capture Joseph!!Brett #8072778

Rhonda Burger October 29, 2009

I love the casual look of her frame, but the stern look of her eyes. Very cool. Great focus on her. Super comp, lighting and framing. Very nice Joe. Another super street shot. Rhonda #8086497

Stefania Barbier level-addict November 01, 2009

I told ya you should put a book together about the "spirit" of NYC... fantastic capture! #8092663

Irene Colling level-classic January 19, 2010

Wonderful work Joe. I love how you captured an entire story in a single photo.

I have a question though. Why does NYC employ human beings to direct traffic instead of using traffic signals, with walk and don't walk signs. #8311516


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