Photography: Lower Manhattan/Financial District 3/29/21

Photography: Lower Manhattan/Financial District 3/29/21

I recently made a dream purchase when I bought a full frame digital SLR camera —  Canon 6D Mark II. Early Spring often brings some nice weather here in New York, and unsurprisingly, the nice weather has inspired me to take my new camera out to shoot as much as humanly possible: I get to know my new camera better. I get some much-needed exercise, (somewhat) fresh air, and sunlight.

So the other day, I was in Manhattan’s Financial District. Check out photos below.

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Caption: The Skylight at Fulton Center.
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Caption: Isamu Nogouch’s Red Cube.
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Caption: Fearless Girl redux. In my mind, a new camera is often an opportunity to re-do certain shots fro the hell of it.
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Caption: Windows, One New York Plaza.
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Caption: A sad — or maybe cowardly — lion in front of a pub on Stone Street.
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Caption: Killarney Rose Bar on Beaver Street. Beaver Street is one of those old world sort of streets. Walking on it reminds me of streets I’ve walked on in Amsterdam and in Frankfurt.
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Caption: Jean Dubuffet’s Group of Four Trees, 28 Liberty Street. This particular piece caught my eye from a block and a half away.

For these photos and more, check out the Flickr set here: https://flic.kr/p/2kQm2yZ