Inside a smoke-filled coffee shop at the corner of 14th Street and 7th Avenue in Manhattan, Harold was enacting his favorite morning ritual — the New York Times and coffee. He didn’t always walk around with his camera, but was glad that he had it with him on this morning.

Taken in 1974, it really wasn’t discovered until 1989, when his wife, Judith, was looking through contacts and came across it. Today it is among the best selling images in his oeuvre.

He said of this image: “I remember feeling the peace of this. No urgency. Nothing else in the world except that moment. Beautiful man, smoke, coffee, New York morning.”