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Meatpacking District

Meatpacking District

By on Jun 11. 2015 in new york | 0 comments

Today, the Summer reached its Peak – Heat and humidity were making by body scream at every move. The other thing of course might be, that I am on my feet now for three weeks, a lot of miles for a couch potato. So, it amazed me, to see a crowd of New Yorkers working out in the public – uff. I walked slowly through the Meatpacking District, cooled myself...

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Manhattan Bridge and Top of the Rock

Manhattan Bridge and Top of the Rock

By on Jun 10. 2015 in new york | 0 comments

With the right weather, you get cooked wherever you are – and today after my photosafari on the Manhattan Bridge (yep, no shadows whatsoever), I think I got sun stupid. However, I loved it, almost more than walking across the Brooklyn Bridge – you can celebrate New York AND you see it WITH the Brooklyn Bridge. So, you walk in the direction of Manhattan,...

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Back in time and the night of the museums

Back in time and the night of the museums

By on Jun 9. 2015 in new york | 0 comments

In New York, you find something called Museum Mile – on the 5th Avenue, with the Guggenheim an the Metropolitan Museum of Art for example. Like every year, today was the Night of the Museums, the 5th Avenue between 82nd and 105th Street was for us the visitors, the people on their way to art and Music and fun, about 50.000 … Before that, I went to...

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Roosevelt Island and the 50s

Roosevelt Island and the 50s

By on Jun 8. 2015 in new york | 0 comments

If you want to be close to Manhattan AND relax, there is not only the Central Park for you in New York. On Roosevelt Island, you can find a comforting bench in the shadow of a tree, and all that with a great view of the East River and Manhattan. A Picnic or a long walk at the riverside? Go for it! For me, the bench under the tree is not only for the relaxing time...

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Coney Island and a Movie

Coney Island and a Movie

By on Jun 7. 2015 in new york | 0 comments

I missed it in 2012, and not for a bad reason. The Beach of Coney Island is really nice – the sea, the waves and sand, like home. And in my back the Luna Park – I can hear it, so this is everything together for a rest off the daily life? I got rid of my shoes and socks and stepped into the atlantic sea, and I listened. Yes, I grew up at the north sea,...

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Bushwick Block Party

Bushwick Block Party

By on Jun 6. 2015 in new york | 0 comments

Like we see it in Hamburg/Germany, as soon as the artists have raised the value of an area, the rents go high, and the artists move to another area – it is the same here in New York. You can be sad about it, but maybe you shouldn’t … Today, I went to the Block Party in Bushwick, and I am still impressed by the creativity, not only of the art, they...

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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…...

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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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