Path Station at the World Trade Center

Rick Architecture, New York City, people, SonyAlpha, Urban, urbanexploration 0 Comments

I never saw the old one, but this is the new Path Station at the World Trade Center. I used to ride the Path train every day from Jersey City to Penn Station. That was years ago when I worked in midtown. On a recent trip I walked by this station after visiting One World Observatory. The new station is amazing to look at under the massive ribs of Santiago Calatrava’s Oculus. Daily Image Santiago is a Spanish architect and you should check out his work. I first became aware of him through a building in Lakeland Florida that I’ve …

Two Bridges to Brooklyn

Rick B&W, Bridges, monochrome, New York City, SonyAlpha, travel, urbanexploration 0 Comments

This is a view of two bridges to Brooklyn I took from the One World Observatory. I thought it was called the Freedom Tower but I guess the name was changed a while back. Nevertheless it’s a great place to visit when you’re in town. And if you’re a photographer, the sky is the limit, literally. It probably took me an hour and a half to walk around the main observation deck. I stopped every few feet to take photos of some different angle on the city. I can’t help it; I get carried away. Daily Image I used a …

911 Museum

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CLICK ON PHOTO TO ENLARGE Last summer I was at the 911 memorial right after it opened to the public. These people are looking into into the museum which is all underground and above them In the glass is the reflection of the newly constructed freedom tower

Freedom Tower

Rick Architecture, Urban 0 Comments

I took this not long ago at the World Trade Center in what is called ground zero. A lot has happened in the last thirteen years and now the Freedom Tower is in the final stages of completion. The sight of this building leaves a feeling that cannot be conveyed, but you soon realize its more than just a building, it’s a symbol of revitalization on many levels. Eventually the people working here will go about their business day in and day out, a return to some semblance of normal. But to anyone coming here, residents, workers and visitors such …