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Central Park and the night

Central Park and the night

By on Jun 5. 2015 in new york | 0 comments

The fix point of my day was, again, Romeo and Juliet in the Central Park. I started my way at the north side of the Park, where the gentrification is just starting. It’s where Harlem begins, it is living at the Central Park, with no luxury. However, it was nice to take a walk there and I admire the great weather after the rain of the past days. After the...

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The Barefoot Shakespeare Company

The Barefoot Shakespeare Company

By on Jun 4. 2015 in new york | 0 comments

Today, I went to the Central Park to photograph the barefoot shakespeare company, their premier play of Romeo and Juliet – at the Summit Rock, right beside the 82nd Street. On my way, I discovered the streets of the west side – and right at the broadway, somebody was selling used books, and I thought, that this is it, what I like the most about New York,...

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The One World Observatory

The One World Observatory

By on Jun 3. 2015 in new york | 0 comments

So, today I got up there, to the highest spot of NYC, the One World Observatory, on the 102nd floor – after the airport like screening, of corse. 60 sec. the elevator took … what a ride – the whole elevator is a screen, on which you see the City growing, from nature to today. On Time-Lapse Rocket Ride to Trade Center’s Top, Glimpse of Do…From...

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A day off in New York

A day off in New York

By on Jun 2. 2015 in new york | 0 comments

The rain from yesterday decided to stay, so I decided to take a day off. After working on a few Photos from the Steinway & Sons shoot, I took my umbrella and went on a walk through Astoria, and I only took a few pictures with my iPhone. Now, at the end of this day, I feel a little off track – did I just waste these hours? Maybe, it’s this, what the...

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Photographing at Steinway & Sons and rain

Photographing at Steinway & Sons and rain

By on Jun 1. 2015 in new york | 0 comments

This was one of these days, I will never forget. At 9:30 AM, Logan Thomson welcome me at the workshop of dreams, the dreams of every Piano player of this world. And then, I was able to dig into a one of a kind world, where wonderful people are building something so special, that everyone is grateful in every cell … like me at the end of this, when I was...

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East Harlem at the water and with rain

East Harlem at the water and with rain

By on May 31. 2015 in new york | 0 comments

In the old days, no New Yorker would live at the waterside. There, it was loud and smelly – everybody wanted to live inside Manhattan, where the business and the live was, like still today. Than the container was invented, and the waterside trading moved to New Jersey, and now more and more people would like to see the water, from where they live. But this is...

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Manhattanhenge Part One

Manhattanhenge Part One

By on May 30. 2015 in new york | 0 comments

The reason, why I prefer to live at a private place is, that I want to make me feel, like I am actually living at the chosen place. I live a daily life, I buy food and prepare it at home, I have long conversations with my roommate Michela – and today I went with her and her best friend Cassandra to IKEA in Brooklyn, to by new legs for her Dining Table. Well, I...

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Manhattanhenge Part one half

Manhattanhenge Part one half

By on May 29. 2015 in new york | 0 comments

It doesn’t sound by accident like Stonehenge. Two times a year, the sunset aligns with the grid of Manhattan, so you can see her all the was through the cross streets. In this year, it is the 30th of may and the 12th of July. Today, we should have seen the half of the sun between the buildings of every cross street, like the 19th, where I was waiting, well,...

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West side – and the marks of a movie

West side – and the marks of a movie

By on May 28. 2015 in new york | 0 comments

[codepeople-post-map]When I left the house this morning, it was about 24 Celsius, that’s OK. But, when you get down to a subway station, it might increase to 40, so I was happy to be distracted by a little Concert. I went to West 72nd Street. From there, you can pretty much walk the Movie “You’ve got Mail”. The Starbuck, the Café Lalo, where...

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