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City Hall Park Fountain 
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City Hall Park Fountain 
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City Hall Park Fountain

City Hall Park Fountain


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Tribeca Grand clock on 6th Avenue close to the beginning of 6th Avenue where it meets Church and Canal 
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Tribeca Grand clock on 6th Avenue close to the beginning of 6th Avenue where it meets Church and Canal 
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Tribeca Grand clock on 6th Avenue close to the beginning of 6th Avenue where it meets Church and Canal 
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Tribeca Grand clock on 6th Avenue close to the beginning of 6th Avenue where it meets Church and Canal

Tribeca Grand clock on 6th Avenue close to the beginning of 6th Avenue where it meets Church and Canal

1166 2nd Avenue, the home of Day Meyer Murray & Young, a moving company which also has a warehouse. My grandfather worked there for a significant portion of his life.

  1. Camera: Nikon COOLPIX S9500
  2. Aperture: f/3.4
  3. Exposure: 1/200th
  4. Focal Length: 4mm

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Central Synogogue on Lexington Avenue in NYC 
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Central Synogogue on Lexington Avenue in NYC 
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Central Synogogue on Lexington Avenue in NYC 
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Central Synogogue on Lexington Avenue in NYC 
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Central Synogogue on Lexington Avenue in NYC

Central Synogogue on Lexington Avenue in NYC


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Statue of Sherman 
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Statue of Sherman 
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Statue of Sherman 
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Statue of Sherman

Statue of Sherman

The new 157 which absolutely dominates the north Midtown skyline dwarfing City Spire the ‘white crown’ building in the relative foreground. The three other notables in this picture is the George Washington Bridge, the Little Red Lighthouse, oh so little from the Empire State Building and Morningside Cathedral on the left. The zoom makes all of these objects appear oh so close when they really aren’t

  1. Camera: Nikon COOLPIX S9500
  2. Aperture: f/6.3
  3. Exposure: 1/250th
  4. Focal Length: 99mm

Bryant Park Hotel / American Standards Building, 40 West 40th Street, view from the Empire State Building

  1. Camera: Nikon COOLPIX S9500
  2. Aperture: f/6
  3. Exposure: 1/160th
  4. Focal Length: 59mm

Gimbel’s Bridge from the Empire State Building

  1. Camera: Nikon D3200
  2. Aperture: f/5.6
  3. Exposure: 1/500th
  4. Focal Length: 300mm

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Times Square near 42nd Street, here we see the full cosmopolitan dichotomy at play. One man begging for money and fully admitting that he needs the money to buy marijuana, while nearby a Buddhist monk is raising money to promote peace. 
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Times Square near 42nd Street, here we see the full cosmopolitan dichotomy at play. One man begging for money and fully admitting that he needs the money to buy marijuana, while nearby a Buddhist monk is raising money to promote peace.

Times Square near 42nd Street, here we see the full cosmopolitan dichotomy at play. One man begging for money and fully admitting that he needs the money to buy marijuana, while nearby a Buddhist monk is raising money to promote peace.


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Pictures taken on 42nd Street featuring the MetLife building (old PanAm building), the Grand Central Terminal, Chrysler Building and the Statue of Mercury and Cornelius Vanderbilt 
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Pictures taken on 42nd Street featuring the MetLife building (old PanAm building), the Grand Central Terminal, Chrysler Building and the Statue of Mercury and Cornelius Vanderbilt 
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Pictures taken on 42nd Street featuring the MetLife building (old PanAm building), the Grand Central Terminal, Chrysler Building and the Statue of Mercury and Cornelius Vanderbilt 
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Pictures taken on 42nd Street featuring the MetLife building (old PanAm building), the Grand Central Terminal, Chrysler Building and the Statue of Mercury and Cornelius Vanderbilt

Pictures taken on 42nd Street featuring the MetLife building (old PanAm building), the Grand Central Terminal, Chrysler Building and the Statue of Mercury and Cornelius Vanderbilt