Just prior to Thanksgiving I spent two weeks working on an island in The Bahamas - an island approximately a quarter of a mile at its widest and about three miles long, where in early November the weather was consistent sunshine and daytime temperatures in the mid-80’s. After two weeks in a place and you really start to adapt, to both the lifestyle and the climate. So it was a bit of a shock when after two weeks of island life I returned to New York (“The Grinder,” as a good friend of mine calls it), greeted by snowfall, sub-freezing temperatures, and a flurry of bustling holiday activity. I brought back a healthy tan and a catalog of street photos I’d taken on my free time on the island. The continuous food coma of the Thanksgiving holiday weekend provided a prefect opportunity to pick through some of the images I made on the trip. I thought I’d share a few.