Sunday, July 31, 2016

NYC From Above by Jeffrey Milstein

Jeffrey Milstein, an architect turned photographer, created this stunning series of aerial photos of New York that reveals the geometric nature of the city.

Statue of Liberty

Aerial photo of Stuyvesant Town.

Times Square, named for the New York Times, is the result of a
diagonal-cutting Broadway. Here you can see the pedestrianized
portion of the famous thoroughfare


More here

Thanks Bruce!

2 comments:

Mike said...

Uh, Nag, that first shot is of Liberty Island (formerly Ellis Island) and the Statue of Liberty. The Metropolitan Museum is a different photo in the set.

The Nag said...

Thanks. I've been to both places and it looked wrong but I trusted my source. I've corrected my mistake.