It’s the start of Labor Day weekend here in the U.S, which means the end of the summer season. To honor the last days of summer I’d thought I’d share some of my published photographs of Coney Island in Brooklyn, also fondly referred to as the poor man’s Hamptons. It’s an iconic urban Americana beach destination full of kitsch from a bygone era.
These have appeared in consumer magazines and national dailies in the U.K., consumer magazines in Australia and New Zealand and textbooks published in North America and Spain.
From the top: Sign for Wonder Wheel, height sign for ride, the Wonder Wheel and a food stall.