A black and white walk through the streets of New York City

Hungarian creative Gábor Erdélyi is an award-winning, international freelance photographer who left his profession in law to follow his passion for photography. When he's not working for international fashion magazines or taking celebrity portraits, he loves to document his travels around the world.

For this particular monochrome series, Erdélyi explores the people and streets of New York, documenting familiar architecture and landmarks alongside the usual hustle and bustle. For me, Woody Allen's Manhattan has meant that I'll always see the Big Apple in black and white, and it's clear that I'm not alone. It's an inexhaustible subject with seemingly unlimited dimensions, angles, lights and action to capture.

Check out more of Erdélyi's work over at: erdelyiphoto.com.

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