Central Park: Arches & Bridges

Central Park Bow Bridge on The Lake

Arc. Arch. No its not a case of to-may-to vs. to-ma-to. They’re actually different. The word arc describes a shape (segment of a circle) but an arch is a structure or object containing one or more arcs. Who knew? You learn something everyday. Which brings us to the subject of today’s post: Central Park’s Arches & Bridges. (Did you notice that smooth segue?)


Midtown Manhattan Architecture & Interiors

Midtown Manhattan Architecture - Bank of America Tower & 42nd Street

Midtown Manhattan is home to a number of tourist attractions (ex: Times Square, Grand Central Terminal, The Chrysler Building, etc.) However, there are a few lesser known but equally interesting buildings and interiors that are also located nearby. I happened to be in the area with my camera one day and decided to take a few photos of facades and other items that I thought were interesting.


Lincoln Center

Architectural Photography Lincoln Center - The Metropolitan Opera House

I visited Lincoln Center on school trips in junior high school and later walked by a countless number of times while attending college a few blocks away. I’ve seen the concert halls by day but didn’t full appreciate their beauty until I viewed them at night. The buildings are bathed in a warm yellow glow that welcomes and encourages you to climb the short steps and see familiar surroundings from a new perspective.