"What New Yorkers See," is a book of essays and photographs of New York City.
The nearly 700 images range from a close-up of a sizzling burger to the wide angle vista of Lower Manhattan. The images were culled from thousands taken since the late Sixties.
The essays expound on all aspects of New York from the crawling, crosstown buses and not-Starbuck's coffee shops to the grit of the subway and the glitz of big money.
Whether you are in New York for a weekend, a year or a lifetime, "What New Yorkers See," will open your eyes to the grandness and minutiae of The City.
Beverly Logan has had a passion for photography since the mid-Sixties. She has exhibited in New York and Annapolis, Maryland. Her images have appeared in magazines and advertisements throughout the world. Her work is currently represented by Getty Images and AgeFotostock in Europe. Beverly studied photography at the International Center for Photography in New York City.
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