This photo of the Lower Manhattan skyline was taken in 2014 on a chilly April morning, half an hour after this one. I had wanted to return to New York City for a long time, but I waited patiently until the construction of One World Trade Center (previously known also as the Freedom Tower) was completed. […]
This is another image from my stroll around Midtown Manhattan during my trip to New York last year. Architectural photography is about translating three-dimensional objects into two-dimensional shapes. […]
After years of construction work, One World Trade Center was finally completed in 2014. The cranes a …
This is such a classic view of Manhattan and New York City. It has been photographed 500 bazillion times! – some people will say. So, what? Not by me! 🙂 […]
As I rambled around Midtown Manhattan some time ago I found these skyscrapers. They were so fantastically generic and didn’t have any characteristic features, so I thought they would be great subjects for some abstract or minimalistic architectural photos. I spent some 20 minutes there exploring different angles and perspectives.