This week I go with a tribute to New York. The famous kiss in Times Square, photographed by Alfred Eisenstaedt, has been “re-edited” in this big mural by street artist Eduardo Kobra. He added a perfectly fitting explosion of colors to the joy of one of the most famous, liberating and passionate kisses of our history.
Location: The High Line of New York City.
What to shot: There are plenty of occasions from this vantage point of view: a 1-mile section of the elevated former New York Central Railroad.
Ideal time to shot: You will not be allowed to be on the High Line at any time. Check the official site for seasonal operating ours.
Gear: Standard zooms to tele lenses are ideal to photograph the city from 10 meters above and capture her street life always on the go.
How to get there: Access to the High Line is possible via the many access points from Gansevoort Street to West 30th Street.
Coordinates: 40.749291°N 74.003671°W.