Monthly archive June, 2008

NY- South Street Seaport- Fulton Street

What do you get when you take one of the most historical neighborhoods in New York City and add a suburban shopping mall? Tourists.

NY- Olafur Eliasson Lights Up The Brooklyn Bridge

Danish artist Olafur Eliasson turned on the lights tonight to his East River Waterfalls. It was quite a spectacle. If you get the chance you really should...

NY- Summer School Students at Columbia University

Columbia University Campus was full of students either trying to catch up or get ahead of thier classmates.

NY- Columbia University- Charles H Revson Plaza

Charles H Revson Plaza butts up against the Law School and the main campus of Columbia. It’s full of statues and a great place to watch the...

NY- West 113th Street

Noah Kaufman of the West 113th Street Block Association turned me on to this street sandwiched between Columbia University and Morningside Park. There are some really interesting...

NY- Central Park- Poets Walk after the rain

The sun managed to stay out most of the day but thanks to the intermittent cloud bursts, the park turned a bright shade of green. It was...

NY- Brooklyn Bridge Foot Traffic

How can you beat the high cost of gasoline? Walk, ride your bike, take the subway.

NYPD- Search and Rescue Team on the job

The NYPD Helicopter was frantically searching the water while the divers sped up the Hudson River on the police boat, probably to save another boater who had...

NY- Museum of Natural History- Asian Peoples Exhibit

If you walk in the main door of the Museum of Natural History and go left until you pass the big elephants, you will find a pretty...

NY- Sunset over the Huson River

It was a colorful night. The sun lit up the sky over the Hudson and the boats were lined up on the river all the way to...

NY- Up On The Roof

Friends of mine live in a building that just added a roof deck. It has great views of The George Washington Bridge, The Riverside Chapel, and The...

NY- King Ladyslaw Jagiello Stands Guard over Turtle Pond

After The invasion of Poland in 1939 this statue was moved from the Polish pavilion at the World’s Fair in Queens’ Flushing Meadows-Corona Park to storage. In...