Junior’s Restaurant in Times Square Facade Photos
You just know a particular restaurant must be popular to some extent when it’s not only got its own chain but, as well, its own Wikipedia page. Founded in 1950, Junior’s, with three locations in NYC, has a 4-5 star TripAdvisor rating by 85% reviewers. Yet, this page isn’t concerned with reviewing the establishment itself but, rather, it’s about the outdoor façade and the hold it has over photographers like myself. During the daytime it’s got a ‘meh’ appeal about it but at night? Those lights on its façade will stop any one of us in our tracks. At least that’s the reaction it got out of this shutterbug. The images on this page, digitally converted to artwork, were obviously taken past the blue hour sans a tripod. For stability I used nearby structures to steady my camera for the longer exposures. I hope you get a slight kick out of these shots and perhaps a bit of inspiration for your own photographic adventures in New York City. Hopefully we’ll get around to passing through towing along our tripod. Until then, happy viewing and snapping!