Black and white photographs I took in the New York Summer of 2013. The city is an assault on the senses — bringing it back to black and white quietens, but also sharpens it.
Harlem, the neighbourhood north of Central Park on Manhattan island, with a rich migrant culture and proud African-American community. This was a fascinating wander to iconic civil rights, music, religious, cuisine and architectural locations. The best part? Of all the tours I have ever done, this was the one the felt the most like beingContinue reading “Harlem highlights”
Photographs taken at the 9/11 Memorial, Lower Manhattan, New York.
Some of the most famous tourist landmarks of New York are the New York Stock Exchange, the bronze ‘Charging Bull’ sculpture by Arturo Di Modica, Wall Street, and Tiffany’s. Yet until today, I hadn’t seen any of them. A few quick things I was taught on the tour, and photos below, from what was aContinue reading “Lower Manhattan streets”
On the weekend, I decided to venture across the East River, and explore a bit of Brooklyn — America’s first suburb. I went on an evening walking tour (which is, I am convinced, the best way to see and learn about a city) and these are some of the photos I took, and things IContinue reading “Brooklyn on foot”