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The Williamsburg Bridge in New York City, bringing Manhattan ever so close to that hipster heaven AKA Brooklyn.

St Patrick's Cathedral New York City

 

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"The new cathedral was designed by James Renwick, Jr. in the Gothic Revival style. On August 15, 1858, the cornerstone was laid, just south of the diocese's orphanage. At that time, present-day midtown Manhattan was far north of the populous areas of New York City."

  

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This place is incredible. It is a must see place in New York City.

 

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A beautiful early spring sunset over the midtown Manhattan skyline in New York City. An urban landscape with the setting sun illuminagting the city's distinctive architecture.

 

The ideal travel destination for this time of the year.

Yale Club of New York City Midtown Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States

Yale Club of New York City Midtown Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States

Saint Bartholomew's Church, New York City

 

During our trip to New York City I was able to get out one morning and explore on my own. I found Saint Bartholomew's Church. It looks almost like it is in a Greek Orthodox style but it is actually an Episcopal Church. It is truly ornate and beautiful.

 

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Sunset light reflects on the IAC headquarters, in the foreground, yet another iconic design by Frank Gehry.

 

This instantly recognizable building, completed in 2007, is already a New York City landmark and has been named by Vanity Fair as one of the world's most attractive office buildings.

 

The apartment building behind it adds further design flair and together the two buildings add an exciting touch to the New York City skyline and help solidify Chelsea as the place where art lives.

Broadway theater district in midtown Manhattan, New York City.

Jefferson Market Library Garden in the heart of the West Village in New York City, displaying the brilliant colors of spring.

 

New York City winter landscape, in Washington square park. Even in the winter NYC is the perfect travel destination with unexpected urban landscapes like this one that make for a serene and peaceful walk, right in the heart of the city.

 

Surrounded by the campus of NYU in the West Village, the Washington Square Park is a hub for performing artists, students running late for class and locals who enjoy peaceful moments like this one. If you ever visit New York City, add this to your must-see list to see the once gritty park transformed into an urban oasis of green.

The perfect spring afternoon in Brooklyn Bridge Park. View of New York City Skyline from pier 2. *** Thank you for viewing my portfolio and have a good day everyone!. ✌ ***

The 45th making an appearance showing off his leadership skills at the March for Science, 2017 Earth Day, New York City, NY. It looks to me like Burger King beat out Hardees!!

 

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Madison Avenue

New York City

January 2017

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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During the 29th Annual Fleetweek celebration in New York City Memorial Day weekend, while crossing the Hudson River to get the USS Kearsarge LHD-3 docked at Pier 88 via New York Waterway Ferry as the sun was setting was able to capture this image of the W57 Building in Hell’s Kitchen referred to by some as great pyramid building though not really a pyramid nor a tetrahedron, but definitely unique addition high-rises in the skyline. There is essentially a building frenzy going on throughout the city, with the greatest concentration on the island of Manhattan, particularly in neighborhoods where in the past wouldn’t be considered candidates for high rise apartment buildings, Hell’s Kitchen, the East Village, the area surrounding the Highline Park and even though there is a lot of opposition in this area in particular Greenwich Village. So a walk in Hell’s Kitchen today is possible and quite pleasant, now a very gentrified area, many couples and families occupying the modernized tenements, the eateries lining 9th Avenue and the streets , so it was no surprise to see real estate developers buy up property and begin to build up.

Growing up in the 1970-1980’s, Hell’s Kitchen was not a place to venture to, after getting out of the Lincoln Tunnel, one definitely avoided turning westward, rather turning eastward and all the raunchiness and sleaziness of 42nd Street and Times Square may have been uneasy on the eye, but the risk of harm to oneself was considerably less than venturing into Hell’s Kitchen. So where did the name Hell’s Kitchen come from? The area, roughly bound between 34th and 57th Streets as the southern and northern borders and Eighth Avenue to the Hudson River east to west, from the mid 1800’s until the 1980’s was known for gruesome murders, the Irish mob, speakeasies and just plain violence. In the 1850’s a surge of Irish and German immigrants settled in this part of the city primarily because of its proximity to the Hudson River Docks, slaughter houses, lumber yards and the Hudson River Railroad which would become New York Central because the tracks ran down Tenth and Eleventh Avenues. Remember this part of the city was still the northern outskirts at that time and this kept the uneducated and unwelcomed immigrants away from the well to do folks who lived to the south and east. After the Civil War, gang of youths literally ruled the area. A gang referred to as Hell’s Kitchen gang was in constant battle with not only the New York Police Department but rival gangs such as the Gorillas, the Parlor Mob and the Gophers. When the Lincoln Tunnel was built, many of the tenements met their doom, as much of the area was cleared. The area though continued to linger as the gangs and their violence contributed to lower property values and rents, so it remained an alcove for the underprivileged. After World War II a new wave of immigrants moved in from Puerto Rico. Poor they banded together to form their own gangs that were in conflict with the Irish gang that still roamed the area. The storyline in Westside Story is based on this area and those conflicts. More buildings went down when the Port Authority Bus Terminal was built to accommodate not only the building but the ramps directly to the Lincoln Tunnel. The last gang of notoriety in the area was the Irish gang referred to as the Westies which I remember was one of the reasons to avoid the area while I was growing up and actually as an adult as their reign of terror which included drugs, murder, arson, theft, extortion, gambling, loan-sharking and illicit nightclubs lasted well into the late 1980’s. For anyone who saw the area back then and I know a few of you fellow flickr’ers lived here in the past, what it has become today is so different.

So this beautiful unique structure, W57 now adorns the skyline just north of the sea passenger terminals and a block south of the old IRT Powerhouse (Interborough Rapid Transit Powerhouse) that now belongs to ConEd is what’s referred to as a paraboloid according to Bjarke Ingels of the Danish architectural firm of Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) that designed W57.

HDR taken with Olympus E-5 using an Olympus Zuiko Digital ED 12-60mm F2.8-4.0 SWD lens, raw images processed in Photomatix Pro, cleaned up in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.

 

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New York City (NYC) skyline looking East from New Jersey across the Hudson River in the evening.

 

Nikon D800 - [HDR - 9 exposures]

Best way to travel in New York City, even if you are not a hipster.

  

Hudson River, New York City by Freedom Tower

  

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A dawn image from the Brooklyn Bridge Park looking North towards the East River, New York City (NYC)'s Financial District "Wall Street", the FDR Highway on the mid-horizon, and the Brooklyn Bridge.

 

The Financial District skyscrapers, One World Trade Center (amid the white glow in the center of the skyline), the Woolworth Tower, 8 Spruce St, and City Hall are all visible in this image.

 

Nikon D810 - HDR [9 exposures]

US Open 2016, morning session at the Arthur Ashe stadium in New York City.

 

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Shot of snow falling in New York City.

A winter sunset at the end of West 22nd street in Chelsea, New York City.

  

New York, NY USA - MAY 6, 2017. Globe and Skyscrapers at Columbus Circle New York City

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!

A great place to getaway from the city is Central Park in New York City.

 

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New York City (NYC) skyline looking East from New Jersey across the Hudson River at night.

 

Nikon D800 - HDR [9 exp]

9 minute exposure. Taken from the Top of the Rock.

A springtime walk by The High Line elevated park in New York City, surrounded by an impressive mix of modern urban architecture.

New York, NY USA - MAY 6, 2017. Globe and Skyscrapers at Columbus Circle New York City

Taken from Hoboken NJ.

St Patrick's Cathedral New York City

 

www.saintpatrickscathedral.org/

 

"The new cathedral was designed by James Renwick, Jr. in the Gothic Revival style. On August 15, 1858, the cornerstone was laid, just south of the diocese's orphanage. At that time, present-day midtown Manhattan was far north of the populous areas of New York City."

  

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Patrick's_Cathedral,_New_York

 

This place is incredible. It is a must see place.

 

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Silueta desde New York City...

Silhouette from New York City...

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#Atardeciendo: NEW YORK CITY SILHOUETTE I :copyright:RFBPhotografia I 2016

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West 21st street in Manhattan after a snowstorm. A mix of snow abd brightly colored brownstones in Chelsea, New York City's latest hip neighborhood.

 

View from the Empire State Building.

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Brilliant sunset throwing up shades of pink over downtown New York City. Shot from Weehawken on the New Jersey side of the Hudson River. One Word Trade Center stands proud at the southern end of Manhattan.

 

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An early spring view of the General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church, on West 20th street in Chelsea, New York City.

 

This beautiful location has remained undiscovered by the tourist masses that pack the nearby High Line park.

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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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If you follow my work, you know I love architecture as a subject. Well the Met does not dissapoint in that reguard at all, the space is incredible. Put this on your must go list.

  

New York City : Metropolitan Museum of Art

 

"The Metropolitan Museum of Art, known colloquially as The Met, is an art museum located on the eastern edge of Central Park, along what is known as Museum Mile in New York City, USA. Its permanent collection contains more than two million works of art, divided into nineteen curatorial departments. The main building, often referred to simply as "the Met", is one of the world's largest art galleries; there is also a much smaller second location in Upper Manhattan, at "The Cloisters", which features medieval art."

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These are from our family trip to New York City the summer of 2010. My kids were totally fascinated by the Egyptian exhibit at the museum. I think they could have spent a week there. We rented the recorded tour guide thingies and they ran off on their own. Gosh it was next to impossible to find everyone and get us back together. This is certainly a must do on any trip to New York City.

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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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This is was shot in Bryant Park New York City during a snow storm.

 

Canon 7D

Canon EF-S 10-22 mm USM

0.6 sec at F 6.4

ISO 200

 

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