Chinatown in New York City captured by French photographer Ludwig Favre.

Not too long ago, I showed you some of Ludwig Favre’s New York City photographs. Here comes a little more. The French photographer went for an early morning walk through a nearly deserted Chinatown. Armed with his Panasonic Lumix G9, he managed to capture stunning images of rainy streets, Chinese neon signs, traffic lights, and Manhattan’s typical old buildings with fire escapes. I hope you enjoy the series as much as I do. For more of Ludwig Favre’s photographic work, please visit his website or follow him on Behance and Instagram.

Chinatown in New York City captured by French photographer Ludwig Favre.
Chinatown in New York City captured by French photographer Ludwig Favre.
Nocturnal city walk.
Nocturnal city walk.
Chinatown at night.
Chinatown at night.
Good old New York.
Good old New York.
 Small, empty streets.
Small, empty streets.
Almost empty streets.
Almost empty streets.
A rainy night in Manhattan.
A rainy night in Manhattan.
A walk at night through Chinatown.
A walk in the early moring through Chinatown.
Traffic lights are reflected in the wet streets.
Traffic lights and Chinese neon signs are reflected in the wet streets.
Nocturnal New York City.
A nocturnal New York City.

All images © by French photographer Ludwig Favre. Do not hesitate to check out our Photography section. On WE AND THE COLOR, we feature the most eye-catching work of talented photographers and other creatives to bring you your daily dose of creative inspiration!

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