Category Archives: landmarks

Downtown Manhattan – Evening

Manhattan Municipal Building and 8 Spruce Street

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Midtown East

Misty evening in front of Grand Central

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1st Avenue, Going South

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Midtown Evening

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Mergenthaler Linotype Complex

All these years, because I had only seen the word in print, I was pronouncing it lin-o-type. Apparently, its pronounced line-o-type.

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Shadow of a Sign

It used to say “Swingline”. The building is still there but it has a lot more empty space inside and far fewer people working there.

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Tram and Bridge Crowded by Trees

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Buffalo City Hall

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Lighthouse in a Haze

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When Preservationists Vacation

They amuse their partners by taking photos of decaying bridges and abandoned prisons. Also they sometimes go to the beach.

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