During the final Presidential Debate last October 22, 2020, Donald Trump just made a false claim that New York City is a ghost town and people are leaving in droves. This was hysterically false and inaccurate. New York City’s infection rate has always stayed below 1.5% throughout the summer up to this writing. There were clusters of outbreaks in some neighborhoods in Brooklyn, but they were managed right away, and cases are going down. Last Saturday I had the opportunity to roam around the City to see if it was true (of course I know it is not true). So, I took some photos from the most visited places in NY city and it was hardly a ghost town.
New York Is Not A Ghost Town
Behold, The Romper
Rom is not your ordinary Gotham superhero. He is a New York City based Headshot and Portrait Photographer in the greater Queens area of the city. He mainly blogs about three of his favorite topics: Travel (Hop), Pop Culture (Pop) and Photography (Snap) plus everything in between. The word “romp” literally means “an energetic play” which aptly describes his very playful and passionate nature. It also stands for ROm Matibag Photography, which he conceived during his boredom during the pandemic. Read more…