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    Posted: 24 November 2022 at 03:40
I haven't been in this thread for a long time;) And yet I'm still here and I'm addicted to taking pictures.

#1 Bell of Hope in the churchyard behind St. Paul's Chapel.


#2 Brooklyn Bridge


#3 Brooklyn Bridge


#4 From Pebble Beach


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Today I went to New York to take pictures in two places. The first is the intersection of Park Avenue and 40th Street.

#1 Grand Central Terminal


#2


Someday I have to go there in the evening.

Second place is Greenacre Park in Midtown.

#3 Waterfall in the city.


#4 New Yorkers at a picnic.


#5 I can never resist.


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Washington Square and Greenwich Village.

#1 Washington Mews


#2


#3


#4


#5 Washington Square


#6 New York University. Law school buildings.


#7 Gay Street


#8


#9


#10 Barrow Street


#11


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Post Options Post Options   Quote mariuszlo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 March 2022 at 02:32
A few photos from today's walk along 42 street.

#1 Grand Central


#2 Grand Central


#3 Public Library


#4 Public Library


#5 Bryant Park


#6 Bumper cars on Ice in Bryant Park


#7 Bryant Park - fountain


#8 Theaters on 42 street
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Well, the quality of the picture compensates for the quantity!
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From today's, also long, trip, I only have one photo.
Hudson Yards seen from Pier 66.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote mariuszlo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 February 2022 at 16:41
Thanks for your comments :) Yes indeed, the weather was very good, but I took 'only' 140 photos. And 20 more on the film.

Only a day later I read about this bridge from photo # 9.
This pedestrian bridge leading to the Brooklyn Park Bridge is called the Squibb Park Bridge and was originally (2013 to 2019) more wooden but fell apart and was replaced with a metal one.
I found two of my photos showing the previous bridge.



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Post Options Post Options   Quote 4paul Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 February 2022 at 15:58
Fantastic walkabout, I'm guessing you took a thousand pictures!

The tourist buses go through Midtown, but for a day in NY the exact walk you did should be on everyone's trip itinerary. Especially with nice weather like you had.
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TFS @ mariuszlo. I have been all over the world, more than 40 countries during my lifetime, and the USA many times but never yet to New York, a city I would like to visit still, one day.

Your pictures bring it nearer with everyday scenes. Great
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Post Options Post Options   Quote mariuszlo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 February 2022 at 12:17
I start the second part in Brooklyn.

#8 Storefront in Brooklyn.


#9 I'm approaching the Brooklyn Bridge Park.


#10 This view could not be missing.


#11 Walking through the Manhattan Bridge gives you an unforgettable experience. You have to feel the whole bridge shaking from the passing subway cars.


#12 Dumbo from Manhattan Bridge.


#13 The top of the townhouse on Madison St.


#14 Chinatown.


#15 Little Italy.


#16 Parking lot.


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Post Options Post Options   Quote mariuszlo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 February 2022 at 12:04
I walked a large part of New York City. From Brookfield Place to Brooklyn Bridge, Dumbo, Manhattan Bridge, Chinatown and back. I had heavy equipment with me. Sony A99II with Zeiss 24-70/2.8, 70-200/2.8G and Sigma 12-24HSM.
At first glance, 7 photos.

#1 Porticoes of New York. Certainly longer than the ones in Bologna.


#2 New York City Hall with only one homeless person.


#3 Courtesy, Professionalism, Respect - two police cars.


#4 A big change has taken place at the Brooklyn Bridge. The bike path has been moved to the car level.


#5 As a result, pedestrians have a lot more space. This white line used to separate pedestrians from cyclists.


#6 The old bridge.


#7 View of Midtown from the bridge.
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The blizzard of 2017

Winter quagmire by Artem, on Flickr

7th Ave

Night loop by Artem, on Flickr

From the High Line

Gotham night by Artem, on Flickr

NY vertigo

Vertigo City by Artem, on Flickr

The Flatiron District

The Flatiron District at night by Artem, on Flickr

@ night @ the Flatiron District

Night trails by Artem, on Flickr

Chelsea

Blue hour in Chelsea by Artem, on Flickr

10th Ave

Night time on 10th Avenue by Artem, on Flickr

Pershing Square

Pershing Square Plaza by Artem, on Flickr

From the Whitney

Downtown sunset in purple by Artem, on Flickr
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Looks familiar. E6th street and 2nd ave. TFS
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