Weekly NY Photo #62

The lower tip – the bottom end – of Manhattan, NY, taken from the Staten Island Ferry. This is the cheapest way to get decent pictures of Lower Manhattan AND the Statue of Liberty… because it’s FREE !!! The ferry runs approximately every half-hour or so, and to get shots of Lady Liberty, you’ll want […]

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Weekly NY Photo #60

A somewhat different Weekly Photo, this time around – this is a grocery store, a Bodega, in Harlem that has been closed-down for many years now. It’s located at 71 E.97th st., where it intersects with Park Avenue. It’s actually right around the corner from where I work! But, it’s not just any Bodega. No. […]

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Weekly NY Photo #59

The Edgar Allen Poe Cottage, situated on what is now the Grand Concourse in the Bronx, was built around 1912. It wasn’t actually owned by Poe, but rented by him from 1846 to 1849, for the sum of $100 per year. Edgar Allen Poe was an an American writer, poet, editor and literary critic, best […]

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Weekly NY Photo #58

The Little Red Lighthouse is REALLY little – only standing 40 ft./12 m. high. You will find this charming little lighthouse under the Manhattan side of the George Washington Bridge, in Fort Washington Park. Originally erected in 1880, on the New Jersey side of the Hudson River, it was relocated to its New York location […]

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