The enduring feeling that New York City always leaves is less about a gigantic global metropolis and more about these small neighbourhoods and pockets of humanity that're part of everyday routines. Like a bodega on every corner that's part of the neighbourhood's routine - like Millys.
Photograph from Brooklyn, New York, 2017.
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Si Moore is a photographer from Auckland, New Zealand who spends a lot of time traversing the globe shooting street-scapes on medium format film on obsolete old cameras and then praying that it works out.