I’ve previously posted Spring/Summer photos of Public School 17. Here are some Fall/Winter shots as well: Public School No. 17 was built in 1875 and served the growing South End (my hometown neighborhood!) up until the 1970’s. It now has a more macabre, creepy, horror movie quality about it (that I quite enjoy!). It also is… Continue reading Public School 17
I’ve previously posted about St. Anne’s/St. John’s Church here from Spring/Summer. Here are some shots from Fall/Winter of the same:
I’ve previously posted about the former Evangelical Protestant Church here in the Spring/Summer. Here are some photos of the same from Fall/Winter: And some black and white shots:
I never realized I photograph doors, windows, and walls so often till I had an abundance of un-uploaded images, of over a year span, to sort through.
There is no universal meaning for shoes hanging on power lines, but one is able to interpret the message depending on the location of the shoes. Some kids perform shoe tossing simply because they have witnessed others do it. For others… it is a symbol of a prime drug-dealing location, gang representation, or even death.
Title says it all… literally….
I did not stage this photo. This was like this. Just there. Creepy. Eerie. Purposeful. Scary and good all at the same time.
Here are some images I took of the original Albany NY City Hall Bell that now resides in Albany’s Lincoln Park. On September 28th in 1883, @AlbanyCityHall‘s original bell was hoisted and hung inside the bell tower. This city hall building was a Greek revival and was built using white marble with its entry porch supported by four Doric columns. The roof had… Continue reading Albany City Hall Bell
David Rockefeller spearheaded the construction of the first World Trade Center as an urban renewal project to help revitalize Lower Manhattan. The project was developed by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey whom hired architect Minoru Yamasaki to construct the complex. Yamasaki came up with the specific idea for the twin towers. NJ and… Continue reading History in Pictures