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At the very heart of 92nd Street is the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir, in Central Park. The street itself would cut across the water, but those who walk on it may not pass. Instead, we take the winding path along … Continue reading →
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Past 3rd Avenue, the Upper East Side begins in earnest. Here, the landscape changes abruptly, with stately mansions and colonial-era porticoed houses standing in the shadow of slightly more recent tenements and apartments. There is a period, provincial feel that … Continue reading →
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Yorkville has a surfeit of towering condominium buildings, flanked by turn-of-the-century tenements and framed by tree-lined streets. Being the height of summer, the trees here had full, leafy canopies, making the entire neighborhood feel a bit like a park or … Continue reading →
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“Landscape photography is the supreme test of the photographer, and often the supreme disappointment.” – Ansel Adams 独坐幽篁里，弹琴复长啸。/ 深林人不知，明月来相照 – 唐 王维 《竹里馆》 “Sitting alone in a deserted bamboo grove, / I strum the qin (zither) and sigh long … Continue reading →