A Church at Rest

A Church At Rest

Closed, nearly abandoned and without the usual throngs of tourists, so stands St. Patrick’s Cathedral during the New York Covid-19 Pause, ; May 9, 2020.

The Red Sentinels

Red Sentinels

All is quiet on this rainy day among the Linden trees and red guards outside the Metropolitan Museum today Jan. 25, 2020.

The Demolition Crew

The Demolition Crew

Working to make space for yet another highrise tower on the upper eastside of manhattan at 83rd st. and Third Ave.; today Oct. 23, 2019.

Catholic Opulance

Catholic Opulance

Seen at St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Fifth Avenue.

Dwarfed by Architecture

Dwarfed by Architecture

Two men at 101 Park Avenue.

The New World of Apple

The New World of Apple

Inside the newly opened Apple store on Fifth Ave and 59th street; Sept. 29, 2019.

Buildings As Far As The Eye Can See

Buildings As Far as the Eye can See

View from the Starret-Lehigh building at 601 West 26th St. showing mid- and lower-Manhattan. At left is the Empire State Building and on the right the World Trade Center One tower is visible.

Hudson Yards Towers

Hudson Yard Towers

The tall towers of Hudson Yards make other highrises seem tiny. View from the Starret-Lehigh building at 601 West 26th St. Sept. 27, 2019.

Apple Colors

Apple Colors

The renovated Apple Store cube on Fifth Ave and 59th St. in it’s temporary colors. It’s grand opening is Friday Sept. 20th at 8:00AM.

The Mother of all Wisterias

The Mother of all Wisterias

A Wisteria vine that completely envelopes a townhouse on West 81st Street. The owner mentioned to me that the vine goes over the house and down the back.

A Bit of Sweden in New York

A Bit of Sweden in New York

The Swedish Cottage near Shakespeare Garden in Central Park was imported to the U.S. in 1876 as Sweden’s exhibit for the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. The Swedish architecture and craftsmanship of the structure, suggestive of a model schoolhouse, caught the eye of Frederick Law Olmsted, who brought it to Central Park in 1877. The Cottage has been home to the Marionette Theatre since 1939.

Hudson Yards

Hudson Yards

Public stairs to nowhere called “The Vessel” (a sculpture for tourists to excercise on) and 15 Hudson Yards, an 88 story condo tower which has highest outdoor residential roof deck in New York City.

Entering a World of Warped Lines

Entering a World of Warped Lines

Seen at the Conrad Hotel in Battery Park City,

Thousands of Points of Light.

Thousands Points of Light

Columbia University last night Dec. 11, 2019.

Post-Christmas Silence in the Nave

Silence in the Nave

St. Bartholomew’s church on Park Avenue at 51st. Street in New York City.

Dusk over the Westside

Dusk over the Westside

The Upper Westside skyline seen over the Reservoir in Central Park, Today Dec. 22, 2018.

Making Way for the New

Making Way for the New

With the Mid-Manhattan skyscrapers looming in the distance, old buildings on 125th street are making way to new developments. Seen from the CUNY School of Public Health Policy at 55 West 125th Street, Nov. 29, 2018.



Lines and shadows at the Photo Expo Plus in the Javitz Convention Center.

Architecture to Inspire

Architecture to Inspire

St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Fifth Avenue, New York City.

Rooftop Living

Rooftop Living

Penthouses and even a greenhouse (left of the water-tower ) on the roof of a Park Avenue apartment building at 70th Street.

A High Position Job

A High Position Job

When your office is the cabin of a crane high up in the sky, you need strong legs for your daily commute. Seen at 111 West 57th Street, the construction site of a super-tall skyscraper; Oct. 2, 2018.

A Pink House in the Sky

Pink House in the Sky

A country home built on top of an aparment building. Seen along the east side of Manhattan from a NYC Ferry up the East River.

Higher and Higher

Higher and Higher

The towers along 57th street are reaching ever more skyward; Aug. 27th, 2018.



Walkway to Santiago Calatrava’s Oculus at the World Trade Center transit hub, New York City, Feb. 28, 2018.

Architecture to Impress


Inside Santiago Calatrava’s Oculus of the World Trade Center transportation hub at Battery Park City; Feb. 28, 2018.

A Moment in a Glass Space

A Moment in a Glass Space

Brookfield Place in Battery Park City, Jan. 10, 2018.

Exit Time Inc.

Exit Time Inc.

Long shadows in the lobby of Time Inc. at Battery Park City today Dec. 20, 2017.

Blue Hour Tower

Blue Hour Tower

The tower of Riverside Church at dusk, last night, Oct. 4, 2017.

Trapped in a Web of Shadows

Trapped in Shadows

Jacob Javitz Center, today Oct. 28, 2017.

Human in a Geometric Space

Human In a Geometric Space

Jacob Javitz Center today, Oct. 27, 2017.

The Library After Dark

The Library After Hours

The Stephen A. Schwarzman Building of The New York Public Library.

An Urban Beach

An Urban Lawn

People baking in the hot sun at Bryant Park, Sept. 23rd, 2017.



The tower of Riverside Church seen through the tree tops of Riverside Park

A New York Cathedral

A New York Cathedral

Cathedral of Saint John The Divine seen from a rooftop at Morningside Heights today Sept. 8, 2017.

Historic Living

Historic Living

Brownstones in the Hunters Point Historic District, featuring a row of forty-seven townhouses built between 1871 and 1890; Queens, New York, Sept. 5, 2017.

Municipal Flowers

Municipal Flowers

Flowers at City Hall Park with a view of the New York Municipal building.

Architectural Vertebrae

Architectural Vertebrae

Seen near Columbus Circle in New York City.

Inside Saint John

Inside Saint John

View of the iron screen and entrance to one of the Chapels in the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine today May 31, 2017.

Colors of an empty Lot

The Subtle Colors of an Empty Lot

Midtown Manhattan

General Sherman at the Plaza

General Sherman at the Plaza

The William Tecumseh Sherman Monument, by sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens, at the Plaza hotel in New York City.

A Seminary View

A Seminary View

The courtyard of Union Theological Seminary on Broadway and 121st Street, April 1, 2017.

Christianity Dwarfed by Capitalism

Christianity Dwarfed by Capitalism

Church of Our Lady of the Rosary admid giant downtown office towers near Battery Park, New York City.

Stone, Steel, and Glass

Stone, Steel and Glass

Manhattan looking south, as seen from the 77th floor of the Empire State Building.

Architecture for Art

Architecture For Art

The Great Hall of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, designed by architect Richard Morris Hunt who was one of the founding trustees of the Metropolitan and the most fashionable architect of his day. When it opened to the public in December 1902, the Evening Post newspaper reported that at last New York had a neoclassical palace of art, “one of the finest in the world, and the only public building in recent years which approaches in dignity and grandeur the museums of the old world.”

A Mansion on a Hill

A Mansion on a Hill

Wave Hill in Riverdale, NY, today Jan. 29, 2017.

The Commuter

The Commuter

A Commuter on his way to a train at Union Station in New Haven

The Waiting Game

The Waiting Game

Union station in New Haven, CT, Dec 8, 2016.

The Shiny World of Modern Commerce

The Shiny World of Modern Commerce

A custodian keeps the floor of L’Oréal beauty company squeaky clean as people arrive at their new Hudson Yards corporate headquarters in New York City, Dec. 6, 2016.

The Awe of the Oculus

The Awe of the Oculus

Santiago Calatrava’s Oculus of the World Trade Center transportation hub at Battery Park City.

Religion Undermined

Religion Undermined

Sts. Cyril and Methodius and St. Raphael’s Croatian Catholic church in midtown Manhattan.