Window Pattern

Windows and Doors


Window Pattern

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Building at 55 Water Street, Manhattan, New York City, New York (DSC01408)

Windows

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The Theodore S. Weiss Federal Building, Manhattan, New York City, New York (DSC01192)

The Theodore S. Weiss Federal Building

01 Jul 2014 1 146
New York City, New York (DSC01192)

Fire Escapes

27 Jun 2014 2 1 160
NE Corner of Green and Waverly Place, New York City, New York (DSC00826)

Front Yard? - New York City Style

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Balcony at 1 University Place, New York City, New York (DSC00822) Another Link in the Chain - From one balcony to another

Windows

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140 West 4th Street, Greenwich Village a 19th century building, New York City, New York (DSC00866)

New York by Gehry

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Located at 8 Spruce Street, Lower Manhattan and originally called Beekman Tower, the 76 story building, designed by architect Frank Gehry, is 870 tall. It is one of the tallest residential buildings in the world. Clad in stainless steel panels, it was completed in 2010. New York City, New York (DSC01119)

The Chase Bank Building

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At Astor Place, with the IRT subway kiosk in the foreground, New York City, New York (DSC00794)

Reflection

27 Jun 2014 1 165
At Astor Place - the IRT subway kiosk is in the foreground. New York City, New York (DSC00793)

Cooper Union Academic Building

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Completed in 2009, the building was designed by architect Thom Mayne of Morphosis. It is constructed of reinforced concrete frame, cast on site, enclosed in an aluminum and glass curtain wall with an operable perforated stainless steel skin offset from the glass but still attached to the main frame. Manhattan, New York City, New York (DSC00528)

The Bennett Building

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139 Fulton Street - Named for James Gordon Bennett, Jr. publisher of the New York Herald who built it. It is a cast iron buiding designed by Arthur D. Gilman. Construction began in 1872 and was completed a year later. Originally 6 stories tall with a mansard roof, in the early 1890s, Architect James M. Farnsworth was emloyed by a new owner to enlarge the building. He stripped off the mansard roof and added four floors keeping Gilman’s original exterior design. Manhattan, New York City, New York (DSC01197)

Use Your Magic Eyes

01 Jul 2014 3 1 183
For those of you familiar with the technique for viewing Magic Eye 3D images, this is a natural one. Try it. It will give a very nice 3D lattice in the foreground with a mirror like dark background. One New York Plaza Building windows, Lower Manhattan, New York City, New York (DSC01411)

Windows

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For those of you familiar with the technique for viewing Magic Eye 3D images, this is a natural one. Try it. It will give a very nice 3D lattice in the foreground with a mirror like dark background. One New York Plaza Building windows, Lower Manhattan, New York City, New York (DSC01402)

Windows

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For those of you familiar with the technique for viewing Magic Eye 3D images, this is a natural one. Try it. It will give a very nice 3D lattice in the foreground with a mirror like dark background. One New York Plaza Building windows, Lower Manhattan, New York City, New York (DSC01401)

Windows

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Cunard Line Building,25 Broadway, Manhattan, New York City, New York (DSC01297)

Windows

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On a skyscraper at 55 Water Street, New York City, New York (DSC01408)

Entryway

01 Jul 2014 1 117
Cunard Line Building, 25 Broadway, Lower Manhattan, New York City, New York (DSC01297)

Doorway

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Cunard Line Building, 25 Broadway, Lower Manhattan, New York City, New York (DSC01298)

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