newyork black and white photography
newyork - New York
With a population of over 8 million people, it could be argued that New York is the most important city in America. The photography showcased here contains images from Central Park, Times Square, Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan and more. New York is one of the most famous cities on the planet. This gallery tries to capture the excitement, energy, life and hustle and bustle of the city. A destination popular with film makers and authors alike, New York is like no other.
The Guggenheim Museum. This image was taken in NYC in 2009. The picture shows the outside of the famous Frank Lloyd Wright Building.
Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan as seen from Brooklyn. The Bridge was built in 1870 and links the island of Manhattan with Brooklyn.
The Empire State Building. This world famous landmark was constructed in 1929, but not finished until a few years later. It replaced the Chrysler Building as the tallest building in the world.
The millions of lights that make up the city of New York. This image shows the energy of the Big Apple.
This image shows the world famous Brooklyn Bridge with the Manhattan skyline at night. It was taken in 2009.
A close up of The Brooklyn Bridge, New York. This photograph shows the detail of the bridge against the bright illuminations of downtown Manhattan
Possibly one of the most famous squares in the world. Times Square has appeared in countless movies and books.
Times Square, New York. This famous square is located at the junction of Broadway and Seventh Avenue in New York.
The Chrysler Building. Built in 1930, and for a little while the tallest building in the world, this Art Deco designed wonder remains one of the best designed skyscrapers in the world.
Detail of the Empire State Building, New York. The Empire State building is 443 metres high and dominates the skyline of Manhattan.
An interesting persepective on The Brooklyn Bridge, New York. This bridge has allowed Manhattan islanders to reach Brooklyn for over 130 years.
Whilst much of New York has undergone redevelopment and gentrification, there are still areas where the old buildings remain.
Originally named the Fuller Building, this important early skyscraper stands 87m tall. It is an iconic New York building.
Manhattan Bridge, New York. This bridge is often overshadowed by its close neighbour but it is still an important part of the skyline of NYC.
A photograph of Times Square, NYC. This image was taken in 2009.
The legendary 42nd Street. World famous for its fabulous theaters.
A shot of the lower part of Manhattan from Brooklyn. This photograph shows the famous bridge and the skyline.
Fulton Fish Market. This photograph was taken on Manhattan Island in 2009.
An abstract image of The Guggenheim Museum. This image captures the simplicity of this wonderful design.
Somewhere in the middle of Manhattan. This image was taken in 2009.
The famous Brooklyn Bridge in NYC. This photograph shows the 1825m long bridge with the lights of the CBD behind.
Manhattan Bridge, NYC. This iconic bridge is often overlooked in favour of its big brother. It remains an important landmark in the city.
A view looking South over the city at night. From here, you can see the Empire State Building and the lights of the city stretching in the direction of La Guardia.
The facade of the famous Grand Central Station, scene of many films and tv programmes.
St Patrick's Cathedral. Located on Fifth Avenue, this Cathedral is not far from the Rockefeller centre.
Taken at Battery Park in 2009.
Travelling, NYC. This photograph shows tourists in the Big Apple.
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