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I think this will be the last upload for now from the New York series, taken on an epic Pola-walk with Rommel - one of the true Polaroid masters, and the best guide possible to New York City!

The photo shows the Manhattan Bridge, it´s a suspension bridge that crosses the East River in New York City, connecting Lower Manhattan with Brooklyn. It was the last of the three suspension bridges built across the lower East River, following the Brooklyn and the Williamsburg bridges. The Manhattan Bridge was opened to traffic on December 31, 1909 and was designed by Leon Moisseiff.

 

Total length 2089 m

Width 37,0 m

Height 102,0 m

Longest span 451,0 m

Clearance below 41,1 m

 

My $95 Photo! Why? back to my car I found a police ticket over $95 fine on my car... shit happend.. =)

It's 'Roid Week again! If you like Polaroids, click the link and check it out, right now and through the coming week!

 

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A nice little double Explore for Beacon and Bingham Market Square on Flickr today has tipped the hit count over the 2 million mark... Thanks everyone for the interest :)

 

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Re-processed June 2014

 

Brooklyn Bridge, New York, with Manhattan Bridge stage-left.

 

Shot a couple of days after my tripod tipped over in exactly the same spot with a D4, Nikon 14-24 and Lee SW150 Filter system with a ND 0.9 grad filter.... Heart stopping moment!! Luckily, the only thing that broke was the filter ( sadly, this is a regular occurrence for me ).... Smashed to pieces. Scoured New York for a Lee stockist to replace the grad filter - contacted 7 outlets who claimed to be a 'stockist' but for the most part actually only really took orders. Step up The Filter Connection in New Hampshire who didn't have one in stock but that wasn't stopping Adriana (at least I think that was her name)... They got on the phone to Lee in the US and tracked down a SW150 0.75 ND Filter (2.5 stops) and it was shipped to me in New York overnight. I didn't even knew Lee produced a 2.5 stop in the SW150 format (in fact, I still don't think it's available in the UK) and it's completely filled a 'need' for me. There are mornings/evenings when a 3 stop graduation is a bit too much and 0.6 ND (2 stop) just doesn't give you enough - and this fits perfectly between the two - so what began as a disaster actually had a lucky twist in the end :)... The shot above was the first outing with the new filter..... A return to the scene of the crime as it were

Tom Fruin’s Stained Glass House currently on display just adjacent Jane’s Carousel by Brooklyn side tower of the Brooklyn Bridge until June of this year 2015. It was located here as part of the DUMBO Arts Festival in the fall of 2014 a collaborative project with CoreAct called Reflection/Kolonihavehus [dumboartsfestival.com/art/reflection_kolonihavehus/]. Tom Fruin’s Kolonihavehus as this work is called, made its debt in front of the Royal Danish Library in Copenhagen a few years back and actually was shown in many locations in Europe, Sweden, Denmark, Austria and the Czech Republic before its engagement here in New York City. It’s a 12’ x 12’ x 14’ structure made out of hand-welded iron and more than 30 individual panels of reclaimed plexiglass that is very portable. It is lit up at night and during the day wonderful reflects light it current wide open space. This image was captured late in the afternoon in February 2015, the ‘wretched’ snow which is still around today in March can been seen on the ground facing northeast with the Manhattan Bridge and East River in the background; Olympus E-5 with Olympus Zuiko Digital 12-60mm F2.8-4.0 lens, manual exposures on Slik tripod HDR processing Photomatix, cleaning up in Adobe Lightroom.

 

I’ve captured Tom Fruin’s art before see the image of his Watertower in 2012 which was located on the roof a building on Jay Street not too far from this locations, nearer to the Manhattan Bridge [ www.flickr.com/photos/eugenemarrerophotography/9415731673/ ] here on my Flickr Photostream.

 

New York, from the river Hudson, just before sunset.

 

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lanes? we don't need no stinkin' lanes. light trail spaghetti.

I enjoy revisiting NYC . I had lost this folder for a while . The mystery of computer ! I offer you another shot of the Statue Of Liberty. With people at the base it gives you a good idea of the size of the statue. We only saw it from the boat.

More pics from NYC here :

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J'ai du plaisir a revoir mes photos de New-York, un fichier que j'avais perdu dû au mystère des ordinateurs ! Une autre vue de la statue où vous pouvez comparer la grandeur de la statue avec les personnes qui sont à la base. 46,05 m de haut, sans le socle, 93 m socle compris J'ai ajouté une texture pour un effet spécial.

Time Square : New York City

 

Time Square has an energy all it's own. I think this is one of the best illustrations of the phrase, “New York, the city that never sleeps.”

 

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Greenwich Village, in New York often simply called "the Village", is a largely residential neighborhood on the west side of Lower Manhattan in New York City. A large majority of the district is home to upper middle class families. Greenwich Village, however, was known in the late 19th to mid 20th centuries as the bohemian capital and the East Coast birthplace of the Beat movement. What provided the initial attractive character of the community eventually contributed to its gentrification and commercialization.

The Manhattan skyline seen from Brooklyn !

New York City is full of many people from all over the world. They come here to be part of a New York City cultural. We live all together as one and help each other to live through the tough times. New York City is one of the greatest city in the world and i am glad to grow up here in the big apples. From the Bronx Hood to East Ny to the Top of the Rocks, we are New York and we are ready for anything!

Pleased to score a perfect 10 for New York Melody in last night's Abandoned or Decayed competition at Focus in Denver.

 

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Empire State Building seen from Park Avenue, NYC - USA.

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Nikon D7000,

Sigma 10-20mm.

175 Fifth Avenue New York City

 

The Flatiron Building, or Fuller Building as it was originally called, is located at 175 Fifth Avenue in the borough of Manhattan, and is considered to be one of the first skyscrapers ever built. Upon completion in 1902 it was one of the tallest buildings in New York City. The building sits on a triangular island block at 23rd Street, Fifth Avenue, and Broadway, anchoring the south (downtown) end of Madison Square.

 

The neighborhood around the building is called the Flatiron District after its signature building, which has become an icon of New York.

Not even in my dreams in thought that i would see New York city reflections like that on a one day trip. i was trying at different location along the river but wasn't too happy with the results. finally when i stopped at the chart house restaurant in Weehawken, New Jersey and saw the whole river like a reflecting mirror. i know i had to capture this beauty to its fullest.

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It's 'Roid Week! If you like Polaroids, click the link, right now and through the coming week!

 

These New York ones were taken on an epic Pola-walk with Rommel - one of the true Polaroid masters, and the best guide possible to New York City!

Incendia fractal with digital pearl of New York

 

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It's Day Two of 'Roid Week! If you like Polaroids, check it out, right now and through the coming week!

 

These New York ones were taken on an epic Pola-walk with Rommel - one of the true Polaroid masters, and the best guide possible to New York City!

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I just returned from New York City during the September 11 anniversary. This has been on my bucket list for a while now. Lots of photographers from all over the country arrived at this popular spot. I didn't particularly like the pilings here, however, the tide rose quickly and covered them just enough to provide some awesome leading lines. I hope everyone is well:) Jave

New York New York Hotel

Las-Vegas USA

Lower Manhattan as taken from the ferry heading to Liberty Island.

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Manhattan Skyline, New York taken in december 2013

 

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Looking back through the archives, I found some old shots I'd never posted.... This one's from the New York Pola-walk with Rommel - one of the true Polaroid masters, and the best guide possible to New York City!

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@ New York, USA

 

a view of the Big Apple to wish everybody a great Weekend ahead

OLYMPUS OM-D E-M5 + Panasonic 7-14mm f4.0

一直無法忘記紐約的絕美夜景, 用我最喜愛的電影名稱做個註記

 

Unable to forget the beautiful night view of New York

 

Back to the archives from the trip to New York City Summer 2010

 

As Julie says, the dark tunnel leading to the light.. :)

 

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Greenwich Village, in New York often simply called "the Village", is a largely residential neighborhood on the west side of Lower Manhattan in New York City. A large majority of the district is home to upper middle class families. Greenwich Village, however, was known in the late 19th to mid 20th centuries as the bohemian capital and the East Coast birthplace of the Beat movement. What provided the initial attractive character of the community eventually contributed to its gentrification and commercialization.

Tra gli elementi più familiari dell'orizzonte di New York ci sono sicuramente le due torri del "condominio" San Remo. Progettate dall'architetto Emery Roth ed edificate tra il 1929 e il 1931, oggi ospitano gli appartamenti più esclusivi ed eleganti di New York. Tra gli inquilini di questi palazzi apprezzati per la loro grande armonia e i dettagli architettonici, ci sono stati Dustin Hffman, Paul Simon e Diane Keaton. La cantante Madonna invece fu rifiutata dal consiglio di condominio.

Brooklyn bridge after sunset, New York.

Rockaway Inlet View from Oriental Beach

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