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
Court Street Subway
The New York Transit Museum is a decomissioned subway station located at Schermerhorn and Court Street in Brooklyn, New York
Family of 4
A family of four by the Brooklyn Bridge Lookout in Brooklyn Heights
Inside Grace Church
Grace Church on Broadway in New York City, built in 1846 on a site that was once an apple orchard.
9/11 Memorial WTC Chopper
A 9/11 WTC inspired chopper designed by Paul Teutul Jr. of American Chopper located at the World Financial Center in lower Manhattan
The rectory garden at Grace Church on Broadway in Greenwich Village, New York City
Letters A through Q
Alphabet City in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, NYC
Laundromats are a ubiquitous fixture in New York City
Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, California.
Uraeus, a sculpture by Anselm Kiefer at Rockefeller Center in New York City
Grace Memorial House
Grace Memorial House or Huntington House on 4th Avenue and 11th Street in the East Village, New York City.
How to Walk Down 5th Avenue
5th Avenue in New York City along a parade route.
Children playing at Pebble Beach by Jane's Carousel at Brooklyn Bridge Park. This is a great location to view the Manhattan skyline.
Prison Ship Martyr's Monument and the entrance to the crypt at Fort Greene Park in Brooklyn, New York
Max Family Garden
Max Family Garden at St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn Bridge Park, New York
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