When I am in New York, I spend a lot of time looking up. There’s just so much going on with all those buildings. It truly is a photographer’s dream.
Notice how the building in the middle of the shot is actually a reflection in the mirrored surface of the larger building. I generally do not like reflective buildings because they kill so many birds, but in this case I was simply admiring the aesthetic.
At the “Bank of America Winter Village” at Bryant Park, we browsed some of the stands at the holiday market and watched the skaters.
In the center of the market, there was a pleasant, ivy-covered area to sit and rest your feet.
The older buildings also catch my eye. I admire the architectural details and craftsmanship, from a time when such things mattered.
Wonderful shots! The old architecture is the best, so full of life.
Thanks CJ. I love taking pictures there.
TY – so share your appreciation of details, angle, light. Have you visited the garden at Cooper Hewitt? I haven’t yet but it’s on my list – another example of peaceful space among hardscaping.
Striking photos! An eyeful of architecture, softened (and heightened) by the fringe of nature.
Thanks! I liked that contrast too.