I absolutely love those photo series of one location, photographed from the same spot, taken in each of the four seasons. Whether it's the rolling hillside of a British farm, or a sleepy New England country road, it's always stunning and humbling to see the exact same locale transformed by nature. Like a private glimpse into someone's world, watching as life passes by. I find these shots to be at once beautiful and haunting, hopeful and sad. I am grateful to The Occasional for allowing me to present one of my favorite New York spots in a similar fashion: the B/Q 7th Avenue stop, taken in fall, winter, spring, and summer. Enjoy.
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Photography By Matthew Salacuse
This article was originally published May 2012