Saturday, August 21, 2010

The Big City

I have always been a big city kind of guy, but I’d never been to New York.  Growing up in Southern California, I’ve always viewed the Big Apple with some kind of mystical quality….and it lived up to my expectations when Chanda and I recently visited for the first time.  Needless to say, this place is definitely full of history.  I’m dividing the photos up into separate entries so everyone can easily digest them.  I wanted to take a bit of a documentary approach to these photos (which will become apparent when you see the subsequent posts after this first one).  However, this first post is meant to exemplify the big city in all its glory, and if you are not familiar with my “style” of photography, this should be a very good example of how I like to photograph things:  Big.  Bold.  Epic.  As you may have noticed, I like lots of vibrant colors and different angles.  So here we go – our adventure into the Big Apple.  Enjoy!


Manhattan City Skyline
View from the Top of the Rock
View from the Bottom of the Rock
Hook & Ladder 8 (the Ghostbusters Headquarters)
View outside the Apple Store
View inside the Apple Store
View from the Brooklyn Bridge
St. Patrick's Cathedral
Night view of the city from the Empire State Building
Guggenheim Museum
NBC Studio 
Manhattan city skyline
On the left:  New York.   On the right:  New Jersey.
18th Ave.  Brooklyn
View at night from the Empire State Building.

1 comment:

  1. Awesome images. I love New York. Some of the architectural shots make amazing use of leading lines and perspective.

    Love this post.