John Glines |
New York City
>> Manhattan by day
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Liberty and Ellis Islands
Manhattan by day
Manhattan dusk to dawn
World Trade Center
Blackout of 2003
The Bronx: Gardens and Glass
Staten Island: Chinese Scholar's Garden
New York, 1851-1905
New York, 1906-1922
New York City painted
Manhattan by day
In 1626 Dutchman Peter Minuit bought the island of Manhattan from the Indian tribe who lived there for 60 guilders' worth of trinkets. And the place has been going and growing ever since. "It'll be a great place if they ever finish it."—O.Henry
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Very nice pictures
Wow, lots of colour on show here, great gallery. GMV
wonderful gallery thank you for sharing...
Thank you for the time and detail you spent with each picture. Always a pleasure to see.
Hans Chr. Sørensen
Very nice gallery! So many great pictures.
A great collection of images - could be a lot more - of the greatest city in the world.
Superb gallery, well seen.
Subtle, understated, and extremely effective at capturing DIMENSIONS of NYC rather than just taking interesting shots. Case in point: the City Hall picture, through leaves: it's only when one opens up the full picture that the interplay of natural and artificial, dark and light surfaces makes itself clear. Or the rollerskater on the rail, with the rapt attention of onlookers matching his intensity, which says something about New Yorkers aiming for the best. I will look at all your other galleries as well. Thank you and please keep posting.
E RL Barna
WOW! Really impressive collections of NYC images, thanks for sharing with us!!!
great ny gallery! I'm going there in june lookin' forward to make some nice shots as well - I'm probably goin' for a bw gallery though! but you have a very appealing selection here. good work (vote).
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