Epiphany at Coney Island

“I’m so afraid of losing something I love, that I refuse to love anything” – Jonathan Safran Foer

I didn’t want to miss out, so I hurried through the Chelsea Market to the nearest subway for the 45-minute journey to Coney Island. I wanted to arrive early for fear of missing the seemingly exciting group of creative likeminded photographers. Armed with a charged camera, I disappeared into Manhattan’s underbelly and boarded the train. My sights were set on the excitement of a carney atmosphere built on entertainment, amusement, cheap thrills and fleeting pleasure. Continue reading “Epiphany at Coney Island” »