After a long afternoon wandering around the city and getting some great photos with this wide-angle lens, I walked into Times Square, where I was scheduled to meet a friend. The day had entailed a slow self-guided photo tour of Bryant Park, its ice-skating rink and Christmas shops, then a nice saunter on down to Grand Central Station, before doing a 180 and heading right back to Times Square.
As a wandered around, looking for some of those quintessential touristy shots, jam-packed with taxis, people and bright lights, I came across this scene. Traffic was completely stopped at rush hour and these old friends decided to chop it up to kill the time, which wasn’t going to pass quickly.
Nikon D800, Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X
@ 11mm, f/6.3, 1/60s, ISO 800