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Fire Escapes

Various fire escapes on buildings in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, and the buildings they are attached to ( sounds like a lame book title ).

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Location: LES, Manhattan.

Found Advice

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Spotted in the Lower East Side ( Manhattan) a couple of weeks ago.

Morning from Brooklyn Bridge Park

img_2569On a very blustery morning. Walking the Brooklyn Bridge Park this morning and took this shot of Manhattan across the East River.

Tall Ship at the South Street Seaport

DSC_8071-001One of the tall ships moored at the South Street Seaport Pier. Prior to this area becoming a tourist destination it was called the Fulton Fish Market.

Freedom Tower

Another view of the Freedom Tower, under construction. The Brooklyn Bridge was also getting some attention. One of those clear Fall mornings in October that New York seems to b e known for.DSC_8037-001

Four Views of Lower Manhattan

The yellow-checkerboard building is interesting. These views are from Brooklyn Heights.

 

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