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New York in the 50ies - photo by Frank Oscar Larson

Chrysler Reflection ~ Street near Ave New York City, New York 1953 by Frank Oscar Larson

Photo: Robert Frank. New York, 1947.

Photo: Robert Frank. New York, 1947.

NYC. The Empire State stretches towards the heavens. The abstract beauty of New York City is what I love the most. Fine art photography print by Sonja Quintero of Squint Photography. Empire Blur

The Empire State stretches towards the heavens. The abstract beauty of New York City is what I love the most. Fine art photography print by Sonja Quintero of Squint Photography.

Reflections....

This is a pretty cool photograph that illustrates depth of field. The floor on the top appear to be darker than the lower level floors and the upper level floors also appear to be smaller. It is also a super creative photograph b/c it is a reflection of

City skylines // Follow (@RomaStyled) for more

new york The Queensboro Bridge, (also known as the Street Bridge and officially titled the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge) NYC

New York City, it's a hell of a town. Feeling like a need a day of shopping and people watching in the Big Apple.....

63 Washington St Brooklyn, NY 11201 New York City what to be on this street and see the bridge** go a few blocks over and you can see the Brooklyn Bridge from the same angle. Also check out: Plymouth St, Brooklyn, NY 11201 or 1 Water St Brooklyn, NY 11201

Boonatoot — karl-shakur:   by Karl-Shakur // Instagram                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Location- We want our character to be living in the city, the picture further represents how he doesn't feel apart of the city that he lives in. Moreover, his struggles mean it is hard to interact with the people around him.

Magical Street Photography of New York City by Paola Franqui #inspiration #photography

Magical Street Photography of New York City by Paola Franqui

New York City Lee Friedlander - I just saw this show at Pace on 57th.... amazing.

likeafieldmouse: “Lee Friedlander - Mannequin “Friedlander roamed the sidewalks of New York City, Los Angeles and San Francisco, focusing on storefront windows and reflections, which speak.

Art Deco:  Influence in American Architecture

Art Deco: The American Architecture Influence

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