I mentioned Andreas Feiniger in my post on Friday and since then have been quietly stalking him on the Internet. Born in Paris, to US-German parents he immigrated to New York just prior to World War II where he became a photographer for Life magazine. Feiniger became famous for his depictions of New York and, particularly, Manhattan in the 40s and 50s - you can definitely feel the raw 'busy-ness' of what was still clearly an important Port City in all of his photographs. It is perhaps ironic then that the picture of his I like the most is the last. It couldn't be further away from the smog and chaos of an industrial port, but the open sky and the long straight road really appeal to me.