In continuing the series on New York City, this is my third post (first, second).
This will take you to the clusters of glass, steel and concrete. The tall buildings of NYC. Capturing them on camera was easy.
Brilliant architecture and lovely designs have infused life into these buildings, giving them character.
Hyatt and Chrysler
Bank of America Tower
Some magnificent structures
From atop the Empire State: the downtown view
Midtown and uptown view
Time Warner Center
The Plaza Hotel
Washington Square Arch
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
The Empire State
New York Stock Exchange
New York Public Library
The National Museum of the American Indian
Grand Central Terminal
(from the inside)
Downtown Manhattan skyline (view from the apartment)
Midtown Manhattan skyline (view from our previous apartment)
Bridges connect lands, shine after rain, and wink when there’s sun on steel.
I’m very familiar with these bridges — they get my undivided attention.
Verrazano-Narrows Bridge connects Staten Island and Brooklyn. Longest suspension bridge span in the US. 11th longest in the world.
George Washington Bridge connects Manhattan and New Jersey. World’s busiest motor vehicle bridge, carries 102 million vehicles every year.
Brooklyn Bridge connects Manhattan and Brooklyn. Love locks and the everlasting love.