This is a photographic record of walks I have taken in the five boroughs -- posted in rough chronological order.

I'll skip around from borough to borough as the mood strikes me. I'll add captions and occasionally a brief
commentary but, for the most part, I'll let the pictures speak for themselves


South Street Seaport

April 3

On the site of the of once thriving Fulton Fish Market developers have erected New York City's most shoddy tourist trap, the South Street Seaport Museum, a strip of bad taste flanked by the East River and the Financial District. The walls of glass enclosing shops, bars and restaurants reflect the East River and the remnants of New York Harbor.  The eye is easily fooled.


 East River Twister

FDR Drive

Sunny Day

Three Bridges


Anonymous said...

Love those shots...

Gemma Wiseman said...

Perhaps this may be a "shoddy tourist trap" it it makes for a a great opportunity for some creative abstracts of reflection art!

Nellies said...

Great reflections, the one on top is my favorite!
Have a nice weekend!

namaki said...

Great reflections ! How many miles have you walked sofar ??

Susan said...

These are FABULOUS and so creative. Love them. Wonderful lines, colors, tones, and of course reflections.