here are some images i shot in madision square park in nyc.

taken from wikipedia:

“It is at a triangular site where Broadway and Fifth Avenue—the two most important streets of New York—meet at Madison Square, and because of the juxtaposition of the streets and the park across the street, there was a wind-tunnel effect here. In the early twentieth century, men would hang out on the corner here on Twenty-third Street and watch the wind blowing women’s dresses up so that they could catch a little bit of ankle. This entered into popular culture and there are hundreds of postcards and illustrations of women with their dresses blowing up in front of the Flatiron Building. And it supposedly is where the slang expression “23 skidoo” comes from because the police would come and give the voyeurs the 23 skidoo to tell them to get out of the area.”23 skidoo

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i wanted to create a cinematic effect using the lensbaby and textures. it gives the story a dreamlike softness yet a bit dark . again very true to my style.


Aamora thanks Danielle for conceiving of, organizing and managing the aamora annex project! If you haven’t seen it, check it out here and join in the discussion here.

Danielle Kelly is an member & semi-professional photographer in NYC with an ardent passion for following light. You can view more of Danielle’s work on her  website or