Monthly Archives: July 2012

NEW YORK CITY, THE HIGH LINE PARK

The High Line is a 1 mile New York City linear park built on a 1.45 mile section of the former elevated New York City Railroad spur which runs along the lower east side of Manhattan. It has been redesigned … Continue reading

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NEW YORK CITY , THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY

The New York Public Library was designed in 1897 on the site of the former Croton Distributing Reservoir, which had been the  drinking water reservoir for New Yorkers. Next to it stood the Crystal Palace an iron and glass exhibition hall erected for … Continue reading

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NEW YORK CITY , EMPIRE STATE BUILDING Happy fourth of July

Happy fourth of July. The Day of Independence for the country to celebrate, but it made me also think in a deeper level of the meaning of independence. It is also an opportunity to reflect on our lifes as individuals. Become less attached … Continue reading

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NEW YORK CITY, Street Photography in Manhattan

This is how my trip to the Big City started , the street map of New York City covered the floor of my living room. Well actually it started with a Free Ticket. I was excited to revisit after 25 years to … Continue reading

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