Candid portraits of passengers riding the NYC subway in the 1960’s, photographed by Enrico Natali
8:48 pm • 3 December 2013 • 41 notes
“To be quite honest, I’m surprised with the reaction. I come from a news and human rights kind of background. I’ve made pictures all over the world. Getting so much attention sort of makes me feel weird, because things that are more important in the world, like famine, the Syrian refugees, no one cares about. But at a baseball game, they do. I’m getting way, way too much credit. I just want to go hide behind the camera again.”
— Grossfeld, two time Pulitzer Prize winner for international photos, on his popular Boston game photo Sunday.
1:53 pm • 15 October 2013 • 1 note