Collin J Örthner – Photographer

June 23, 2007

New York City

Filed under: Architecture, Black & White, Travel — collin j örthner @ 1:26 am




Staying with the New York City theme – including some, you guessed it – trees! Now, a combination of trees and another favourite of mine – architecture, and you have my
ingredients for some fun. The first two images were made of one of my all time favourite buildings, built in 1902, at 175 Fifth Avenue, the Flatiron.

The second two images were made at the Trinity Church Cemetery located at 74 Trinity Place at Wall Street and Broadway. The burial grounds have been the final resting place for many historic figures since the Churchyard cemetery opened in 1697. A non-denominational cemetery, it is listed in the United States National Register of Historic Places and is the only remaining active cemetery in Manhattan. The last image here was made looking east down Wall Street.
Flatiron – [Nikon D2Xs, 18-200mm]
Cemetary – [Fuji Finepix F10]

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