Fill the Frame
Few cities represent the remarkable 20th century trend of skyscraper-filled, obscenely dense cities better than Hong Kong. At its height, The Kowloon Walled City, which was demolished in 1993, was perhaps the most dystopian portrait of urban living. And according to photographer Andy Yeung, 21st-century Hong Kong isn’t all that different.
We all know by now that “rain on your wedding day” is anything but ironic, with all due apologies to Alanis Morissette. Bad weather, mechanical failures, wardrobe disasters — they happen all the time. What is remarkable, however, is how some couples turn them into beautiful moments. New Jersey newlyweds
The old South Beach: 'A decade of wonderment' - A man in a restaurant at the Astor Hotel in 1984. Monroe is a Miami Beach native and began capturing everyday moments like this after returning home from graduate school. "I'm Jewish, know well the religion and culture and spoke enough niceties in Yiddish to endear myself," he said. "I was in my early 30s when I began, so people treated me as their surrogate grandson."