New York City - Spring - Blossoms and the Municipal Building
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New York City - Cobblestones and Shadows - Municipal Building
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New York Winter - City Hall Fountain in the Snow
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New York City - Streets - Chinatown - East Broadway- By Vivienne Gucwa
There are streets that wrap themselves into my consciousness. They weave themselves into the fabric of every summer-drenched memory.
Every color, every faded mark, every fire escape permeates thoughts that sleepwalk their way into dreams.
This is East Broadway in Chinatown, New York City. It's a view that can be seen from the pedestrian walkway of the Manhattan Bridge. It's one of my favorite streets in lower Manhattan. I have taken countless images of it and every single image sings a slightly different song.
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New York City Skyline - Skyscrapers of the Financial District as seen from Midtown- By Vivienne Gucwa I love the variety of skyscrapers that make up the New York City skyline in lower Manhattan. They jut up like stalagmites from the city floor. This skyline view is usually photographed from the other side usually across the East River but this is a view of the skyline as seen from midtown Manhattan. Prominent works of architecture include New York by Gehry and the Municipal Building. ---
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Municipal Building - New York City - Towards the Light- By Vivienne Gucwa We move slowly towards the light over the cobblestones that the weary feet of all those who have passed over these same paths have passed before us. And through the archways and doors that sit in our immediate view, the city opens up like so many opportunities that sit every so slightly out of our reach.
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Heart of it All - Above Chinatown - New York City- By Vivienne Gucwa This is one of my favorite views of Chinatown. The view is of East Broadway, a main street in Chinatown that extends into the Lower East Side. A girl sits on one of the rooftops eating a bowl of food in the upper right hand corner of this photo. The Municipal Building sits in the distance. This particular spot is a Chinatown neighborhood known as ‘Two Bridges’. Two Bridges sits along the East River and has long been a dwelling spot for many different immigrant communities over the years. It sits alongside the infamous and historic Five Points area where Irish, Jewish and Italian gangs battled to the death in the mid-19th century. It is currently home to a large community of Chinese immigrants and many of the buildings are tenements dating back to the late 19th and early 20th centuries. ---
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