So Many Things...
A Sunday morning overlooking St. Andrew's School on the banks of Noxontown Pond, Middletown, Delaware. So many things I have learnt here.
Performers at Bethesda Terrace
A summer day in Central Park by Bethesda Terrace near The Mall, New York City.
A View of the City
A view of the United Nations Headquarters and Empire State Building from across the East River in Gantry Plaza State Park, Long Island City, Queens in New York City.
Empathy - The aphorism of walking a mile in someone else’s shoes made this image more meaningful to me reinforcing the notion that we should all practice a little more empathy.
For those who like to view Manhattan from afar - Pier 2 in Brooklyn Bridge Park.
An abandoned barge on the shores of the Westchester Creek in the Bronx. The Whitestone Bridge can be seen in the background connecting the Bronx to Queens.
United We Stand
The United Nations Headquarters along the FDR Drive by the East River in New York City.
Cable Car Turnaround
With coffee in hand, a San Francisco cable-car operator turns around a trolley on a revolving wooden platform at Powell and Market Street.
Five Too Young
A mural in the lower East Side in New York City at the corner of Rivington Street and Forsyth Street that depicts the 27 Club.
Gramercy Park is one of 2 private parks in New York City. I captured this image through the fence. The only people with access reside around the park's perimeter.
Heavy Metal Chairs
Two heavy metal chairs inside the Liz Christy Community Garden at the corner of Houston and Bowery in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
Commuters In Motion
Commuters in Grand Central Station in New York City.
Photographing A Friend
Walking through the First Street Green Art Park as a photographer photographs his friend.
A boxing club on the lower East Side in New York City.
Soap Bubbles in NYC
A little girl in Washington Square Park mesmerized by the large colorful soap bubbles. New York City.
On Houston between Bowery and 2nd Avenue, there is a small community garden called the Liz Christy Community Garden (Liz Christie Bowery Houston Garden) that one can walk by without noticing. It's amidst the hustle and bustle of New York City.
Meadmore's Curl sculpture outside of Uris Hall at Columbia University's Business School in Morningside Heights, New York City.
Floor Pillars and Walls
Inside the Met Cloisters on a quiet Sunday afternoon as the sun peeps through the windows illuminating the floor, pillars, and walls.
The J.P. Morgan study at the Morgan Library on Madison Avenue in New York City
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