The new transportation hub recently opened at World Trade Center in Manhattan. This is how it looks like:
Wonderfull autumn day on Roosevelt Island, host of the local Fall for Arts Festival.
Park Ave Armory in Manhattan is home of a modern art installation caller “The Back Door” by artist Martin Creed. I can’t believe people pay $15 to see this shit (I had free tickets, didn’t pay…). See for yourself.
Images taken with a smart-phone (Nexus 5x) in Manhattan, over the weekend.
Interesting streetfair in Brooklyn, last Saturday.
Spectacular Manhattan view seen from Weehawken, New Jersey. I did not have the greatest light to take those images (noon), but it’s worth admiring anyway.
Since the opening of this blog, I’ve had quite a lot of viewers (over 100,000 hits from 117 countries), so I’ve decided to expand the original theme of my blog, in order to avoid opening a second website with images from other places I’ve seen. So from now on, I will publish images of faces and places from New York and not only. Berlin today. More to come.
More Manhattan faces and places yesterday at the Whitney museum and the High Line park.
in Central Park, Manhattan. The ideal place for taking nice pictures. See below
Short walk on Roosevelt Island on a foggy Sunday afternoon, before and after the rain. Images taken with a phone camera (Nexus 5X).