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Keep Going New York printed book or pdf

I made my award winning book available as PDF download again and brought the price of the printed book back to ‘normal‘ (I raised it briefly it after Blurb.com adjusted its production prices)
Please see link in profile to preview and/or order the book.

Keep Going New York !! Available as softcover, hardcover and PDF. Preview: https://www.blurb.com/b/10538849-keep-going-new-york (shipping worldwide) 58 photographs, 62 pages, soft cover, hard cover or pdf, with a foreword by New York based journalist Claudia Steinberg.

Preview and/or order your copy: 

https://www.blurb.com/b/10620426-keep-going-new-york

”Stefan Falke focuses on the resilience of his fellow New Yorkers, on moments of normalcy under exceptional circumstances during the pandemic in 2020, photographing the streets of his chosen hometown including New Yorkers in what they always do: They keep going !! ”

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Keep Going New York – On Your Wall

I am now offering an open edition collection of framed photographs from my Keep Going New York series, beautifully framed and ready for your home or office. I chose the clean design of the online platform Pic-Time for my shop and my trusted photo lab BayPhoto in California for the fulfillment of your orders; I ordered their products for my own home and have never been disappointed, the color matching and framing is in excellent hands there.

Please visit https://www.stefanfalke.com/Prints/1/thumbs

Please visit https://stefanfalkewallart.pic-time.com/art

Keep Going Times Square !!

Keep Going Times Square !!

Then and now:
A recent visit to Times Square, with my promo postcard leading the way. The tourists are still missing although it is definitely getting busier than it was just a year ago, like in the photo from March 2020 (book page above). The Naked Cowboy, who used to work in Times Square every day with throngs of tourists surrounding him, was the first person I encountered on one of my first photo walks at the beginning of the pandemic. It was eerie to see him all alone, masked when nobody was masked yet, nobody there to listen to him. The pandemic became real to me at that moment.

Preview and/or order book here

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