Street Photos of 1960s New York

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In 1967, after six year of work for a Japanese magazine, photographer Takayuki Ogawa has decided to travel in New-York. During one year, he has crossed the streets of the city and captured captivating images, illustrating with emotions the atmosphere of the sixties, the all in black and white.
Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

Takayuki Ogawa Photography

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