Fortunately today, with the down-sizing of high quality mirrorless cameras, having one with me is no longer a burden. At the very least I have a Sony RX100 tucked in a pocket, but more than likely it will be a Fuji X-camera and usually the X-T1 with a 18-55mm lens attached. This might change after I try out the recently announced 18-135mm zoom, but for now the Fuji short zoom does the job.
While crossing 42nd Street on my way to an appointment in mid-town Manhattan the scenes below grabbed my attention. After waiting for the traffic light to change I went to the middle of the street and captured both images for my platinum portfolio on New York. It helps that I usually keep my Fuji camera set to square crop mode and black and white.