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“In a NEW YORK state of mind”… by Chris Lord …..Turn on the music and enjoy the guided tour.
Sailing the East River; Starting at the very bottom of Manhattan we see a tourist tour boat sail past downtown on a dark and stormy day.
The Bridges over the East River; The Brooklyn and the Manhattan Bridges span the East River in this image taken from the tops of the World Trade Center Towers before their destruction.
The Bridges at Dusk; this shot was taken from a photo studio’s window in DUMBO, an area in downtown Brooklyn.
Spring In Brooklyn Bridge Park; Looking out over the green of Brooklyn Bridge Park lies the East River and the Brooklyn Bridge itself.
A View From The Manhattan Bridge; This capture’s the New York skyline in the distance behind the Brooklyn Bridge.
War Memorial Plaza; In downtown Manhattan we can find the memorial to the Vietnam War in this pretty Plaza with it’s reflecting Pool.
Madison Square Park and the Flatiron Building; Moving uptown we pass by another reflecting pool in this small park across the road from the famous Flat Iron Building.
West Side Piers and the Intrepid; Moving uptown on the Hudson we see this view from the pier next to the Aircraft Carrier Intrepid.
Spring in Central Park; We arrive in Central Park at the beginning of spring as trees are seen in bloom across the boating lake.
Central Park Waterfall; Heading all the way uptown in Central Park’s North Woods we are surprised to find this wonderful little waterfall.
Autumn In The Park; Again the boating lake is featured in this image looking west in Fall.
Danger Thin Ice; Winter arrives in Central Park and we find the lake frozen solid in this icy shot.
Bow Bridge; It’s still Winter in this view of famous Bow Bridge.
Looking Towards 5th Avenue; The defrost begins in this shot across Central Parks boating lake.
ounding out our tour we return downtown and view two captures of the 9/11 Tribute lights captured from across the Hudson River.
|jwmphotos 261 posts||
This is awesome work.
|Linda Lees 1417 posts||
Thanks for this wonderful tour of New York. It’s lovely that there’s so much greenery in the city. Congratulations on this feature Chris.
|Shani Sohn 1051 posts||
Congratulations to all the featured artists!
|Carol and Mike... 1042 posts||
Awesome work, Chris . . . big congrats . . .
|BettyHermann 4936 posts||
|Chris Lord 619 posts||
Thank you, thank you, thank you! You are all so very kind. I am very grateful for all the congratulations. I am also very much in debt to Kira for putting this together. She really is the “host with the most” for which I thank her most profoundly. There are so many super talented creative folks in this group I feel lucky and very very honored by this feature.
|Johanna26 131 posts||
Hi Chris… I had a wonderful trip through New York ..I have never been there, but your images make up for it ..amazing work and processing
|Tarrby 1371 posts||
Chris, I somehow missed this but am so glad I stumbled on it eventually. Like Johanna I have never been to New York but your images have really showed me what it’s like and I can’t wait to get there one day. Great work, so beautifully compiled by Kira, well done my friend, Brian
|Lois Bryan 539 posts||
what a fabulous tour of the Big Apple, Chris!!! WOW!!!! Love it!!!
|Laura J. Holman 414 posts||
These shots make me so homesick for NY. It’s such a great city. There’s no place like it. So beautifully captured!