New York - Autumn in the Big Apple
All over Manhattan in 2002, one year after 9/11.
Chrysler, UN and the other old friends.
View from Empire State Building
Some people out there are carrying a lot on their shoulders. The large Atlas statue on Rockefeller Center is shadowed by St Patrick's Cathedral on Fifth Avenue.
Atlas statue and St Patrick's Cathedral
The taste of neon
There's a lot of neon lights in the area surrounding Times Square, not to mention the smell of pretzels.
If walls had eyes
John Lennon lived in this building and was shot at the entrance here on 72nd street in 1980. The Strawberry Fields memorial is directly across the road.
Dakota Building on Central Park West
Dressed in black but surrounded by color.
Reine at Times Square
Friends of old
There are two buildings missing in the skyline.
The open wound of Manhattan, what was once the Twin Towers.
Look who I found at 22nd Street! It would seem that Xavier forgot his contact lenses at the institute.
The X-men celebrating Halloween in New York
On the air
Reine at Radio City Music Hall, 6th Avenue
Beneath the stars
Train stations are some of my favorite places and this one is perhaps the greatest of them all. The four-faced clock on top of the information booth is a well-known icon and the ceiling is covered by star constellations.
Grand Central Terminal
Lair of King Kong
The building is flooded in light, color depending on the season.
Empire State Building
Leaving the Hudson
Scouting at 12th avenue
Lady of the lake
This copper statue of the Liberty goddess was a gift from France in 1885. A land battery was constructed in the shape of an 11-point star in 1806 and the remains formed the foundation for the copper statue of the Liberty goddess, received as a gift from France in 1885.
I recall the park at fall
The Central Park at it's very best in autumn.
View from Belvedere castle, Central Park
Strangers in the night
Ordinary streetlife in the Greenwich village.
Creatures of the night
The forest angel
The name of this famous fountain comes from the story of an angel giving healing powers to the pool of Bethesda in ancient Jerusalem. The statue is a neoclassical winged female figure symbolizing the opening of the Croton Aqueduct in 1842 that brought fresh water to the citizens.
Bethesda Fountain, Central Park
Point of entry
This island located in New York Harbor was once the main immigration port for immigrants entering the United States. Over 20 million immigrants have passed through these gates.
Escape from New York
In the tunnels below Grand Central Terminal
Fifth Avenue goes all the way from the rugged Harlem in the north down to the wealthy areas in the south. One road with large differences.
Fifth Avenue, as seen from the Empire State Building
No flat tires
The oddly shaped Flatiron building lies at the intersection of 5th avenue and Broadway, two of the most well-known streets in the world. Next to it lies Madison Square Park, believed to be the birthplace of baseball.
Flatiron building, viewed from Empire State Building
Fire and ice
The plaza below Paul Manship's Prometheus statue is used as an ice-skating rink during winter.
Lower Plaza at Rockefeller Center
No soup for you
I suppose the authorities does have humor after all.
The Lady Liberty is keeping an eye on the New York harbor.
View from a helicopter south of Manhattan
The squirrels of New York are just as tough as the human residents.
Anonymous squirrel in Central Park
Construction time again
One year after 9/11, it's still a big hole in the ground.
The early runners of NY Marathon is entering the finish line at the south end of Central Park.
NY Marathon finish line
Under a blood red sky
This is the city that never sleeps. Or so they say, but the financial blocks on the southern tip transforms into a ghost town after dark.
Lower Manhattan with the Brooklyn Bridge
Fingers of God
Sunrays are caressing the skyscrapers of lower Manhattan, with the Statue of Liberty seen at the horizon.
View from Empire State Building
None shall pass
The 42nd Street entrance to Grand Central Terminal is being guarded by statues of mythological characters created in 1914 by French sculptor Jules-Alexis Coutan.
Chrysler building and Grand Central Terminal, along 42nd Street