Posts in Category: NEW YORK ON FOOT

409. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Midtown Manhattan is one of the great visual messes of the world.


406. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Manhattan.
East 44th Street between Lex and 3rd, looking toward Grand Central. Boxed in by the tall buildings, on a calm night these skyscraper “canyons” feel more indoors than out. Such nights often bring to mind the Fellini film “La Dolce Vita”, for which they built entire city blocks with traffic on a sound stage at the legendary Cinecitt√†¬†Studio.

405. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Midtown East. The Plague Years.

404. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Midtown East. The Plague Years. On pense de Les Fleurs du Mal, n’est-ce pas?

403. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Midtown East. The Plague Years.

402. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Manhattan. The Plague Years.

401. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Manhattan. The Plague Years.

400. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Manhattan. The Plague Years.

397. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Jackson Heights, Queens.

388. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

387. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

386. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Harlem.

385. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Morningside Heights.

384. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Union Square.

382. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Crown Heights, Brooklyn.

380. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Midtown East.

379. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Midtown East.

378. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Upper East Side.

377. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Upper East Side.

376. NEW YORK ON FOOT. Midtown East. Traveling in the Middle East taught me how details help reveal a culture.