I’ve been itching to try and document more of my life here. Seeing his work definitely inspires me to at least take a stab at it.
And here are my favorites from the recent pics on his blog (there are thousands of pics!) The best part are his captions…
I think somebody’s following us.
“Candy cabbie” Mansoor Khalid gives passengers as much candy as they want. Taxi driver Mansoor Khalid is on a one-man mission to cheer up New Yorkers with a daily dose of candy. “The New York life is not the easy life,” Khalid, 36, told the Daily
News. “People are depressed. I see a lot of people stressed sitting back
there.” Khalid is no stranger to stress. He dubbed his taxi the NYC Candy Cab
after his 2-year-old son died in April from a long battle with heart
Seen on 14th Street
(New Yorkers can always be found carrying/transporting interesting things by foot. I’ve carried bookcases, filing cabinets, bar stools, a school desk and a coffee table. Maybe someday I’ll bring home something cooler.)
“She’s my newer, more improved version.”
I asked these two to pose together because they were about the same
height. But fearful of being associated with a rank amateur, the boy on
the right threw his friend under the bus. “He’s just learning,” he
explained, “but I can really skate.”
“Where would you like to be ten years from now?”
“Well, I know there’s more glamorous answers, but I think I’d like to be a professor of philosophy.”
A Common Thread
Watched this guy chase a remote control car in circles for 20 minutes.
If he attacks life with the same intensity, he’s gonna go far. (If you
don’t believe me, look at that face.)
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