Now and then, I manage to leave Central Park to shoot elsewhere in the city. Architecture is always challenging, especially trying to figure out if the building will be all the way in the frame on the negative. Here are a few favorite buildings.
This is the James Duke House at 78th Street and Fifth Avenue, one of the surviving mansions from Millionaire’s Row, now part of NYU’s Institute of Fine Arts.
The angular Church of our Savior is on Park Avenue at 38th Street.
This is the lovely promenade along the East River in Carl Schurz Park in the East 80’s.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art! Enough said.
This gorgeous building is the Temple Emanu-el on Fifth Avenue at 65th Street.
St. Jean Baptiste Church sits on the corner of Lexington Avenue and 76th Street.
And finally the Guggenheim, crouched on Fifth Avenue at 89th Street.
If you’re wondering…
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