(By Ritchie King and Graham Roberts / The New York Times)
What is now Inwood in northern Manhattan, probably from the turn of the 20th century. Much of that tip of Manhattan is — amazingly — still shrouded in forest.
Mile marker from 26th Street and 4th Avenue concealing yours truly from that mirror. :-)
New York City, by yours truly.
Leftover. Madison Square Park, Manhattan.
Best tuna salad sandwich with muenster cheese on an everything bagel in town.
Some things haven’t changed, and that’s good.
Rain / Sundry.
Washington Heights, New York City.
New York City.
Moon, tonight, over New York City.
Broadway between West 48th & 49th Streets, Times Square, NYC, 1985. by Matt Weber.
(urban photos/weber street photography)
“Great View From The Rear” aside, I wonder how much the “camera discounts” were back then.
HAD A GREAT FALL Crews worked where parts of a building and scaffolding collapsed on a city bus on Harlem’s renowned 125th Street in Manhattan on Tuesday; 17 people were injured. (Photo: Andrew Kelly / Reuters via the Wall Street Journal)