New views of Manhattan

My thoughts about New York City are not a secret. You can see a bit of them by clicking here. I will openly admit that last year I left Manhattan and I stated that I wouldn’t care if I ever went there again. It had stressed me out, and I was living at the beach in California at the time, so I was not too used to being stressed out. A few opportunities came up recently that allowed me to view Manhattan in a different way, literally. First of all my new pilot friend Bruce called me one morning and asked if I was available to take over Manhattan and back, and obviously, I was all over that! Seeing the city from the above and seeing the amazing layout from that view was really interesting, and I started really becoming infatuated with the “1 World Trade Center” building, which recently became the tallest building in New York. I also was fascinated by seeing all the water surrounding the city from that perspective.

A few days later, coincidentally, I had made plans to visit my friends Mike and Jess who live in New Jersey, and they asked if I wanted to come with them to see the 9/11 Memorial, so I did that, and was able to get some up close views of 1 World Trade Center. I love that you can literally watch an iconic building of the world be built. It is no stretch to say that this would be like having been able to watch the Roman Coliseum being built. It’s a big deal. Then we went to Battery Park City, which I had never really checked out before, and I was amazed at how peaceful that was. Parks and greenways and families hanging out by the water – seems good enough to me!

I went back into the city the next day to work a conference for a few days and was also able to quickly pop off a shot of Grand Central Station. It was nice to be witnessing the hustle, but not feeling part of it.

So, for now, I like Manhattan. Hopefully I will feel the same next time!

New views of Manhattan

Aerial view of Manhattan with the 1 World Trade Center building dominating

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I liked seeing the shapes and patterns of the city from the sky

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View of 1 World Trade Center from near a tree that survived the 9/11 attacks

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Up close view of 1 World Trade Center

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Battery Park City with a view of Jersey City, New Jersey

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A little hustle at Grand Central Station

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My friend Mike and his baby daughter relaxing with me in the city

Take Me to the Other Side (Of Chicago)

I’m not going to get into the technical definitions of the North Side vs the South Side of Chicago. All I know is that the last time I went to Chicago I stayed in the northern section of downtown, and this time, I was a few miles south of the major tourist attractions. (You can see my photos from my previous visit here)

After a long few days on my feet, I decided to soldier on and walk a few miles up the shore of Lake Michigan, but I didn’t make it very far without getting tired. That’s when I looked up and saw how beautiful the clouds were by the marina. After that, I slowly walked back to my hotel, and discovered the walking bridge over Lake Shore Drive. Plus, as luck would have it, my view from my hotel room was pointing south, which I enjoyed, as the refineries off in the distance always fascinate me. All in all, I enjoyed how my location forced me to look at downtown Chicago in a different way.

Take Me to the Other Side (Of Chicago)

Marina near Lake Michigan

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View of Chicago from walkway behind McCormick Place

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View from the 30th floor of the Hyatt at McCormick Place

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Baltimore, Maryland

I showed this photo to my friend, and Baltimore native, Dan Diaczok, and this is what he had to say:

“Beautiful man. I have always loved the Baltimore smoke stack….let’s travelers know what kind of city they’re passing.”

That’s exactly what I was going for with this shot…luckily Dan was able to understand it, and put it into words better than I could.

Baltimore, Maryland

Looking north from near I-95

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New York…..New York

What do you think of when you hear New York? If you’re not from the state of New York or any state bordering it, you almost definitely think of the big city lifestyle as glamorized by anyone from Frank Sinatra to Jay-Z and Alicia Keyes. The city that never sleeps….concrete jungle where dreams are made of….you know the deal. And you wouldn’t be alone. Even people who live in or near New York often only think about the city.

As someone who grew up a few hours north of the city, when I hear New York I think first about the mountains and natural beauty of the Catskills, and I immediately want to be there, as it’s where I still feel most at home.

Recently I had the fortune of being able to experience both views of New York. Early in the week I worked a business conference in Manhattan, and later in the week I did some more photography on assignment around the city. It was all hustle, all bustle. Then for the weekend, myself and a good friend of mine were able to escape up to the Catskills. We met up with some other friends of mine and did some hiking at the Mohonk Preserve, and I made some good photos of Bonticou Crag, which was on my photo to-do list. It was a great week that really has me feeling good about where I’m at in life.

I have posted some photos below that represent both views of New York.

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New York.....New York

Beauty in Manhattan is created by humans

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I was not alone on a mission to get to my next destination quickly

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Alone...underground...waiting

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Descending sun lights up the side of Bonticou Crag, and I am at peace

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Manhattan is about 90 miles that way...I can't quite see it!

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New York.....New York

We caught a nice view of the last bit of light over the Shawangunk Ridge

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Old Stomping Grounds

It was nice to spend almost a week in Boston seeing good friends, during a week of business and pleasure. I originally starting honing my photography skills around Boston a few years back when I lived there, but I hadn’t been there with warm weather in almost a year, so it was interesting for me to get a somewhat fresh perspective. Two of the three shots posted are from locations I’ve shot from countless times, but I was happy to get a new perspective on them.

Although I doubt I’ll ever live in Boston again, it will always be a special place for me, and I look forward to seeing my friends there again.

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Old Stomping Grounds

Sign by storm drain in the Jamaica Plain area of Boston

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From near or far, I love that Zakim Bridge

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A nicer view of Charlestown than you get in movies like The Town

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Memorial Drive

I just love using photography to show how the same scene can be different during different times of day and year. These 4 shots were taken on totally different days, and one was even deep into the winter. I hope you enjoy them.

 

Memorial Drive

3 minute exposure at dusk

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Memorial Drive

For whatever reason, this dusk was more purple than the last

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Memorial Drive

A cold icy night

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Memorial Drive

Early morning - no traffic!

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George Washington Bridge

I recently found this photo in my collection, while sorting and organizing old photos. It’s not the most original composition by any means, but I’m happy with how it came out, especially considering how overcast it was. If you look closely, you’ll see that it is a color photo! I bet you thought it was black and white.

George Washington Bridge

San Francisco – Again and Again

Until the fall of 2010, I had never been to San Francisco. As of this posting date in June of 2011, I have now been to San Francisco 4 times.

I had seen massive amounts of photos of San Francisco before I ever went there. I’d imagine that it’s the most photographed city in the country, relative to its size. I could be wrong, but that’s the impression that I get. So, getting original photos was quite a challenge.

Specifically the Golden Gate Bridge is photographed a LOT so rather than shy away, I did my best to take a couple photos with the bridge in them that were original. I think I’ve done a good job of that, but you can be the judge of that. I also didn’t forget about the Bay Bridge, which I think is beautiful in its own right. And of course I needed a photo with the Transamerica Pyramid in it.

San Francisco   Again and Again

Golden Gate Bridge on a foggy bay cruise.

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San Francisco   Again and Again

Dolores Park during a few hours of beautiful sunshine

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San Francisco   Again and Again

This gull was just chillin at the Aquatic Park

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San Francisco   Again and Again

View of the Bay Bridge from my friends' apartment

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San Francisco   Again and Again

Visitors drop coins at Coit Tower and make wishes....I guess!

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San Francisco   Again and Again

Another view of the Golden Gate Bridge on a clear day

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Twin Cities

The Twin Cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis were a nice stop after a few weeks away from cities. I’ve been enjoying nature and outdoors photography, but I always like some good city photography too. I had never really thought too much about Minnesota before this trip, so I came in with a fresh perspective, and with the help a friendly local or two, really learned a lot about the Twin Cities, and Minnesota in general.

Twin Cities

Not sure what to say about this - I just liked it!

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St. Paul Cathedral

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Locally famous Grain Belt Beer sign on Nicollet Island

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Mississippi River from Minneapolis, looking towards St. Paul.

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Mary Tyler Moore, turning the world on with her smile

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Uptown Minneapolis, from the outdoor seating at Cafeteria restaurant

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The D

Ever since I took at class at Virginia Tech about modern city issues, and watched Michael Moore’s “Roger and Me”, I have been interested in the Detroit area. In fact, I think that was the start of my interest in all things changed drastically by time, circumstance, globalization, and economic changes. The interest was heightened last year when I took a free lecture class on a similar subject at Northeastern University, run by Barry Bluestone, who is originally from Detroit, and often used Detroit as an example of a drastically changed city. So, when I decided to take my cross country trip, I next decided that I had to see Detroit. I had some ideas of what I wanted to photograph ahead of time, but wasn’t positive.

When I got to Detroit I was immediately stuck by the architecture. I don’t know enough about architecture to really describe what it is, but I liked it. Even many of the abandoned buildings were beautiful, and it’s fun to check them out and imagine what used to be. I have included my favorite buildings that I got a good look at, plus a little welcome message.

The D

Building on East Jefferson Ave

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Cadillac Tower, built in 1927

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Wayne County Building

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Michigan Central Station, Opened 1913, Closed 1988

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Big room on the first floor of Michigan Central Station

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Main Room of Michigan Central Station

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