The same city looks different from various vantage points and Tim Sklyarov, a designer and photographer, has decided to capture New York riding around on his bicycle, his preferred mode of transportation. Often in mid-cycle when shooting away, Tim Sklyarov places his front handlebars in each frame in order to give his audience perspective.
Yet by doing so, it also gives them the feeling that they are riding a bike along with him. A clever trick, Tim Sklyarov offers unique views of the City that Never Sleeps. Whether wedged between cars, stopped at a red light or racing down an open road, the images are utterly arresting. Tim Sklyarov travels around Harlem, Manhattan and more. He even captions some of his images informing people of his pet peeves (pedestrians) and favorite obstacles (more pedestrians).
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